FLC Choir

The First Lutheran Church Choir enriches the liturgy with music at the Divine Service on Sundays at 11:00 as well as on other feasts, and sings as the principal choir in the Bach Vespers services. Taking a cue from the Richards, Fowkes & Co. organ in the nave, the FLC Choir primarily sings Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical liturgical polyphony from the Lutheran tradition. The choir consists of volunteer singers anchored by four professional Choral Fellows, and is always looking for new voices. If you’re interested in singing, please contact Jonathan Wessler at music [at] flc-boston [dot] org.

Highlights of past performances:

The Lord Is My Light by George Frideric Handel, sung at the Reformation service on October 26, 2014:

Cantata “Wir danken dir Gott,” BWV 29 by Johann Sebastian Bach, sung at the Boston Bach Birthday celebration in 2014:

Opening Chorus from Cantata BWV 31 by J.S. Bach, sung on Easter Sunday, 2008

Opening Chorus from Cantata “Ein Feste Burg ist unser Gott,” BWV 80 by J.S. Bach, sung on Reformation Sunday, 2007

Gloria by Balint Karosi (2008)

The Lord Bless You and Keep You by Balint Karosi

Let God Arise (2) by George Frideric Handel

Let God Arise (5) by George Frideric Handel


One Response to FLC Choir

  1. Troy Prehar says:

    Absolutely beautiful…you are truly performing mission outreach, bringing His word to the city of Boston, through the common language of music–keep up the great work!

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