When Paul Clifton (Hornist) first heard of Lamb of God through a blanket email sent to members of a community orchestra, he was already committed out of state. But by the time a second email arrived, this time directly to him, his schedule had changed and he was able to say yes. That was an […]Read More
Don’t just dream of miracles. Be part of one.
During the 2014 Easter season, a miracle is coming to Kalamazoo in the form of Rob Gardner’s oratorio Lamb of God, a sacred musical retelling of the final days of the life of Jesus Christ, His Atonement and Resurrection. Witness the events through the eyes of those who loved Jesus and knew Him best: Peter, John, Thomas, Mary and Martha of Bethany, Mary Magdalene and His mother Mary.
Whether you experience the Lamb of God as a spellbound audience member or play a part in it as a musician, choir member, soloist or narrator, prepare to be awed, overwhelmed and swept away.
Come live this Scripture-based masterpiece on March 21st and 22nd, 2014. Discover why this miraculous combination of song, music and the spoken word creates the power to captivate. Move. And transform.
A miracle is coming to Kalamazoo. This is your chance to be a part of it.
Listen to Gloria (My Savior Lives) from the Lamb of God recording. To sample additional music, click here.
Anastasia Miller (Maid) is originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Rachel Condie (Damsel) moved to Haslett, Michigan, after finishing college. Although Minnesota lured Sean Peterson (Accuser) away temporarily, he’s now back home in Sturgis, Michigan. Let’s see how this wonderful oratorio is bringing them all to Chenery Auditorium’s stage. Anastasia Miller has been singing for more […]Read More
Help bring a miracle to Kalamazoo.