Luther College will present “Christmas at Luther 2022: The Gifts They Gave Emmanuel” Dec. 1 to 4 in the Center for Faith and Life Main Hall.
Due to the excitement surrounding this year’s production, a limited number of in-person tickets remain available, but once again, there is an opportunity to watch the award-winning show from the comfort of home. Livestream tickets are available for the performance at 2:30 p.m. CST Sunday, Dec. 4.
Purchasing a ticket to the livestream allows unlimited views through midday on Dec. 6.
On-demand tickets are also available and allow unlimited viewing from Dec. 9–31. Tickets are available at tickets.luther.edu.
“Christmas at Luther 2022: The Gifts They Gave Emmanuel” features unique elements including a life-like nativity scene, a Percussion Ensemble performance and three original pieces of music to be performed for the first time. Conductor Mark Potvin arranged a piece for the Norskkor choir and conductor Adrianna Tam wrote a custom composition for Collegiate Chorale to perform. In addition, a commissioned piece was written specifically for the candle lighting moment by composer Andrea Ramsey. Not only is the excitement for Christmas at Luther growing among audience members, students are looking forward to this annual tradition as well.
“The momentum of learning the music, decorating the CFL and rehearsing together are the little things that make up the ongoing excitement for Christmas at Luther. Above all, the adrenaline, sentiment and power of so many people holding hands and making music together are what makes Christmas at Luther the event I look most forward to all year. The energy throughout the CFL during the performance is a feeling that is indescribable,” said Patrick Carew ’24, member of Nordic Choir.