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Witness this beautiful music March 3rd and 4th at the Midland Center for the Arts.

The Miracle

Experience a community music performance like no other! Musicians from performing groups and congregations throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region have joined together to present Rob Gardner’s oratorio Lamb of God. The music retells the final days, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ through choir, full orchestra, soloists, and narration. Lamb of God is performed every year around the world by thousands of musicians across dozens of faiths. Join us as this event comes to our area with locally and internationally acclaimed soloists and musicians. Whether you experience the Lamb of God as a captivated audience member or play a part in it as an instrumentalist, or vocalist, you will leave transformed by the power and truth of this witness of God’s love. For more information, including the latest updates, like our facebook page:

We will be back for the first time since 2020! Hear this beautiful music on March 3rd and 4th, 2023 at the Midland Center for the Arts. If you would like to sing in the choir, play in the orchestra, or perform as a soloist, fill out this form.

Please note, this is not a Midland Center for the Arts presentation.

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Friday, March 3, 2023 7:30 pm

Midland Center for the Arts

1801 West St. Andrews Rd Midland, Michigan 48640

Saturday, March 4, 2023 7:30 pm

Midland Center for the Arts

1801 West St. Andrews Rd Midland, Michigan 48640


Meet Our 2023 Performers

For musician bios visit our facebook page

Jenny Lowe (Musical Director)

Dr. Yeagi Broadwell (Concert Master)

Chris Landis (Cello Soloist, Friday)

Elleana Bucknell (Cello Soloist, Saturday)

Tara Ell (Martha)

Erin Whitfield (Mary Magdalene)

Jonathan Murdock (Peter)

David Aukerman (Thomas)

Gretchen Shope (Mother Mary, Friday)

Michael Skutt (Judas)

Kamee Thompson (Mother Mary, Saturday)

Cody Prout (Pilate)

Bill Stokes (Pharisee)

Adam Gardner-Northrop (John)

Margaret Lowe (Mary of Bethany)

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