The Heritage Chorale
of Lancaster — a
not-for-profit educational organization — strives
to inspire our listeners to a renewed appreciation of
the rich and varied
choral legacy that has been an integral part of our heritage.
Parish, Colonial Williamsburg, Spring 2007
We present two distinct concert programs
in various venues every spring and Christmas. Concerts
in churches throughout South Central Pennsylvania
and have included noteworthy locations such as the Washington
National Cathedral, Longwood Gardens, and Bruton
Church in Colonial Williamsburg. Each concert is
about one hour long with a brief intermission.
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Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Neffsville,
Pennsylvania, located five miles north of Lancaster,
is the Chorale's home.
Longwood Gardens, Christmas
Founded in 1994 and reorganized in 2001
as a state-chartered not-for-profit private independent
educational organization, the Heritage Chorale relies
on the financial support of patrons who share the Chorale's
passion for choral music. The Chorale's singers give
generously of their time and talents in their quest
to continue the heritage of fine music and to enrich
the culture and life of the Lancaster area.
Barry L. Sawyer has had a varied musical career as
soloist and cantor, director and organizer of various
musical events. He has studied performance and direction
in Germany and the US and is currently Choir Director
at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Lancaster.
His previous positions
include: Choirmaster at Grace Lutheran Church in Lancaster,
Senior Choir Director at the Lititz Moravian Congregation,
Director of the Ephrata Cloister Chorus, and Director
of Music at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Redeemer