Souderton Mennonite Church Concert Series Welcomes...
Benjamin Harding serves as dean of the School of Music at Cairn University. He teaches piano, music and worship, and church history.
Benjamin Harding began his study of piano at the age of five, competing in a variety of festivals and competitions from an early age. He completed the performance requirements for the Associateship Degree of the Royal Conservatory of Music while in high school and has appeared on CBC radio. In his home province of New Brunswick, Canada, he has been awarded numerous arts awards. He has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and recently in Europe. He has collaborated with cellists Michael Katz and Kangho Lee, violinists Anthea Kreston and Benjamin Shute, and violist Clark Potter. His primary piano teachers include Juanita Spragg, Carol O’Neil, Samuel Hsu, Nina Svetlanova, and Bradford Gowen.
Dr. Harding has a passion for the church and its music. Since 2008, he has been director of music ministries at Evangelical Presbyterian Church (PCA) of Newark, DE. In addition to serving as organist, he oversees the entire music program which includes choirs, bell choirs, worship band and ensemble, an extensive concert series, music ministry internship program and musical educational opportunities for the community.
Benjamin serves on the piano and conducting faculty at the Csehy Summer School of Music. He is a frequent guest conductor and clinician for high school choir, band, and orchestra festivals, as well as a featured conductor at the recent Fanwood Choral Festival. He is married to Marji (Manz). They have four children: Karsten, Jonathan, Micah, and Clara.
Sunday, November 17, 2019 ~ 3pm
The 100+ voices of Zion Choral will lead a joyful presentation of holiday and praise music, entitled "Behold the Lamb!"
The audience is even encouraged to sing along with familiar favorites!
Learn more about the Zion Choral Society and hear samples of their music at: http://www.zionchoral.com
This band desires to produce music that is honoring to God and is centered in the redemptive story of the Gospel. Their style could probably be best described as Christian folk rock, but really they're just 4 guys that love Jesus, their families, and as much accordion-infused, acoustic-rock that one can tolerate. They can't wait to introduce their music to you! Bring the whole family!