Join us to discuss ideas for Cal Lutheran’s Indigenous Peoples’ Space and future initiatives in support of our local Indigenous communities.
“Flipping the Script” is a history lecture series that highlights people, groups or events in world history that are typically ignored or considered irrelevant in mainstream cultural narratives.
For the third lecture in the series, associate professor of history David Nelson, PhD, will discuss Sugihara Chiune (1900-86), the only Japanese national to be honored by Israel as one of the “Righteous Among the Nations.”
The Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles will join with student instrumentalists to present the annual Christmas Concerts.
Join us for a discussion with Michael Postl, PhD, the Austrian consul general in Los Angeles, to learn about the European response to the crisis in Ukraine from an Austrian perspective.
Student performers in the jazz ensemble will play standards and modern classics.
The Cal Lutheran Mariachi Ensemble will perform classic songs from the mariachi repertoire.
Join us for a 30-minute organ concert of Baroque music from composers such as Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann, Pachelbel and more.
Las Posadas, a Christmas season tradition dating to 16th-century Mexico, commemorates the journey Joseph and Mary made from Nazareth to Bethlehem in search of a safe refuge for Mary to give birth to Jesus.
Enjoy an evening of dance featuring student choreographers and performers.
In what promises to be a joyful celebration of the holiday season, the singers of Areté, for their inaugural Christmas concert, will serenade the audience with classics as well as new music from around the world, surrounded by the warm glow of candles.