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Come celebrate with us!


the oldest classical music society in the U.S., will present a concert to commemorate

the 225th birthday of St. Thomas UCC


134th birthday of the Wednesday

Sunday, April 10, 4:00 PM

St. Thomas United Church of Christ

6490 Linglestown Road

Harrisburg PA

Featured artists

The Millersville University Flute Choir, Joel Behrens, conductor

Joel and Lana Behrens, duo flutists, with Norma Swain, pianist

Cheryl Crider and Elizabeth Colpo, soprano duettists, with Caleb Flick, pianist

Tom Reese and Tom Rowe, penny whistle duo

Tish Haines Brown, violinist, and Laurie Reese, cellist

Clarinet quartet:

Dr. Richard Klinedinst, Matthew Podniesinski, Mattias Blystra, Ryan Nguyen


Information: wednesdayclub.org and FB/717-234-4856/717-571-5189





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The Wednesday Club for the Performing Arts, the oldest music organization in the United States, was organized on May 17, 1882 and incorporated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes in 1915. In May, 2015, this unique organization celebrated 133 years of showcasing its performing members in recitals and its 127th season of presenting renowned artists on a concert subscription series, a series presented at the Forum Auditorium in Harrisburg since 1931. The Emerging Artist Concert Series, featuring young musicians who are starting their professional performance careers, was initiated in 2010. The Wednesday Club’s mission has remained intact since 1882:  to promote and support the performance of classical music by outstanding musicians and to make classical music accessible to people of all walks of life. The Wednesday Club has been especially vigilant in promoting and supporting young people in their musical pursuits.

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   P.O. Box 3765
   Harrisburg, PA 17105
717-234-4856 or 717-571-5189
   Norma Swain, Executive Director
   Paul G. Fierro, Board President