School of Arts and Communication
Lagerquist Concert Hall Webcasts
The Webcast is “On-Air” for concerts performed in Lagerquist Concert Hall (excluding student recitals and benefit performances). The concerts are supported by Instructional Technologies. Concerts are subject to change. The webcast will be enabled 15 minutes before the start of each concert. All times are Pacific Standard.
Watch the Choir of the West perform repertoire from their 2015 international tour
The Choir of the West is the premier choral ensemble at Pacific Lutheran University. Founded in 1925, the choir has achieved a reputation of excellence for its performances at professional music conferences, national and international tours, and numerous recordings. The Choir of the West’s next international tour is scheduled for May 25 through June 8, 2015. The choir will be singing concerts and visiting sites in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Wittenberg (Germany), Prague and Linz (Austria). While in Linz, the choir will participate in the 5th Anton Bruckner Choir Competition and Festival.
Choir of the West Program | Originally performed on Thursday, April 30, 2015 in Lagerquist Concert Hall.
Watch our spring 2015 Chorale Homecoming Concert!
The Pacific Lutheran University Chorale is a mixed choir comprised primarily though, not exclusively, of freshmen and sophomore singers spanning a variety of academic disciplines. The choir meets four days a week for a 90-minute rehearsal and sings many times each year in concerts, tours and campus ministry events. The choir tours regionally and nationally and appears on PLU Christmas compact discs. For Spring 2015, the Chorale has 36 members.
Homecoming Concert Program | Originally performed on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. in Lagerquist Concert Hall.
Watch our 2014 Christmas concert ``Journey of Light!``
Thousands of people this holiday season arrived at our venues in Tacoma, Portland and Seattle to see our talented students, hear beautiful music and join in our Christmas cheer. Now, you too can watch this amazing performance in full. You might just say it’s a Christmas miracle.