See concert listing to the right for details about each concert, the artists, pre-concert programming, and program notes.

Summer 2017 (check back soon for our Summer 2018 schedule!)

Friday, July 7  Vivaldi’s Four Seasons,  performed by baroque chamber orchestra, Apollo’s Fire.

Saturday, July 8 Pittsburgh’s Own River City Brass  Revisit the dawn of American pop with music straight from the 1890s sure to make your toes tap.

Sunday, July 9 at 11:00 am  Jazz Worship Service with River City Brass, Rev. John Overman officiating. Free will offering.

Sunday, July 9  Matt Haimovitz, cello & Vijay Iyer, piano perform classical music with an eclectic, jazzy twist. Vijay is a MacArthur Genius Grant laureate and Matt’s latest album was a Grammy winner. and

Sunday, July 16 at 2:30 pm, the Raleigh Ringers will be more fun than you can shake a bell at with their anything-goes program of light classics, jazz, and pop favorites, all arranged for handbells.

Sunday, July 23 the David Orlowsky Trio  This German group crosses the pond just for us, bringing their unique music permeated by the spirit of klezmer.

Friday, July 28 Tierney Sutton – The Sting Variations  Tierney’s inimitable jazz renditions of songs by the pop legend.  $32/$25/$18 in advance, $35/28/21 day of concert.

Sunday, July 30, 1:00 pm Feldman-Morse Duo  Husband-and-wife cello and harp duo in an informal 1-hour program of light classics, with seating available on stage with the artists.

Sunday, July 30 The Wister Quartet returns with Meng Wang viola, & Ronald Feldman, cello, for sextets of Mozart and Brahms.

Saturday, August 12, The 36th Annual Central PA Jazz Festival, produced by Central PA Friends of Jazz and Gretna Music.  Trombonist Delfaeyo Marsalis.$30, $25, $20

Sunday, August 13 The Gryphon Trio performs piano trios of Rebecca Clarke, Dinuk Wijeratne, and Beethoven.

Sunday, August 27 Anna Polonsky & Orion Weiss husband-and-wife duo performing  piano four-hands and solo piano works by Schubert, Schumann, Chopin and Dvorak. and

Saturday, September 2 Girl Shy, Harold Lloyd’s 1924 classic silent film comedy with live organ accompaniment by Clark Wilson. $5

Sunday, September 3 Paul Jacobs, the only organist to have won a Grammy, shows why his technical skill and eloquence has made his performances legendary.  Music of Bach, Mendelssohn, and Brahms.

Sunday, September 10 Verona String Quartet and organist Ryan Brunkhurst conclude the summer season with a program to include a world premiere work honoring Mt. Gretna’s 125th anniversary.