Arts on the Square is a series of visual and musical arts presented by local, national, and international artists and performers in a preeminent performance venue, historic Market Square Church.
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Arts on the Square will present Manor Winds at historic Market Square Presbyterian Church, 20 S. Second Street, Harrisburg, on Friday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m.
A Lancaster-based ensemble, Manor Winds comprises of five musicians who come together to rehearse in a historic farmhouse on Manor Street. Since their formation in the Spring of 2016 they have given over 40 performances throughout the southeastern Pennsylvania region. At home in traditional and non-traditional settings, Manor Winds strives for professional performances of both standard and modern wind quintet repertoire. Built upon friendships developed in the freelancing community, Matthew, Lauren, Christy, Anne, and Robin believe that quality chamber music should be readily available to the region's diverse population. Manor Winds wishes to share their love of music and collaboration with their surrounding community and can be seen performing throughout southeastern Pennsylvania.
Purchase tickets here or at the door on the night of the performance. Adults are $15; students $10; children under 12, free.
The church will provide parking in the city-owned Market Square Garage adjacent to the church. Access to the church building is from the first level of the garage or from the Event Entrance on South Second Street.
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in downtown Harrisburg.
The choirs of Grace Church, Market Square Presbyterian Church, and Pine Street Presbyterian Church will join with pianist Dr. Shelly Moorman-Stahlman and a 25-piece orchestra in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven on Saturday, March 21, at 7:00 p.m. in Pine Street Church, 310 N. Third Street.
Admission is FREE.
German composer and pianist Beethoven was born in 1770. Among his most famous works are nine symphonies, five piano concertos, a violin concerto, 16 string quartets, 32 piano sonatas, an opera, oratorios, and masses. From among these, Moorman-Stahlman and the orchestra will play the famous Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73, popularly known as the “Emperor Concerto,” written between 1809 and 1811 and the last of the composer’s piano concertos. The choirs will join to sing the Mass in C in five movements, composed in 1807 for soloists, choir, and orchestra. Soloists are Margaret Taylor Woods, soprano; Susannah “Susey” Woodruff, mezzo-soprano; Timothy Lupia, tenor; and Jordan R. Markham, baritone.
The concert will close with the 70-voice choir singing the famous “Hallelujah” from the oratorio “Mount of Olives,” which premiered in 1803. Tyler A. Canonico, Minister of Music and Organist at Market Square Church will conduct.
Free parking is available in the South Street Garage. For more information, call Tyler Canonico at (717) 257-1270
ext. 18 or email him at