The annual “Christ the King” concert, celebrating the last Sunday of Pentecost, will be held on Sunday, November 21st at 3:30 p.m. Kammerchor, the university’s touring choir, and Selah, the university's select choir for treble voices, will perform in The Chapel of the Christ Triumphant on the university’s main campus, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive.


Due to COVID, seating is limited to friends and family of musicians. We encourage you to tune in via livestream.

CUW Livestream:

If you are a friend or family member of a CUW musician, and you would like to attend in person, please reach out to a musician directly for the ticketing link. Tickets are $20 per seat

Selah (meaning “stop and listen,” or “musical interlude”) is an auditioned ensemble of 18 women that explores a wide variety of both sacred and secular repertoire written for treble voices. They sing off-campus at local venues and for on-campus concert performances.

Kammerchor: Dr. Alexa Doebele conducts a mixed-voice, auditioned ensemble of 32 singers which performs a wide variety of choral literature from the Renaissance to the present. The group has performed in Canada, Brazil, Great Britain, China, Taiwan and the Czech Republic, and most recently Italy where they performed at The Vatican in Rome. Kammerchor will pay tribute to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with selections representing several centuries of Lutheran music by J.S. Bach, Johannes Brahms, Hugo Distler, Johann Walther and F. Melius Christiansen.