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About MAPS

Pine Street has a rich history of excellence in worship and music. Music at Pine Street continues this tradition in the concert setting, offering regional and internationally renowned artists. Concerts are always open to the public without charge. Our members and friends of MAPS support this series through their generous donations. If you would like to offer financial support, click the Donate button. Your contributions are tax-deductible.

All concerts are free and open to the public. FREE parking for all concerts is available in the South Street garage.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming 2023-2024 Events

Sunday, September 24th – 4:00 P.M.

Svyati Duo


Cellist Rebecca Hepplewhite and Organist Julian Collings
Heralded as ‘exemplary’ performers by Fanfare Magazine, their concert engagements have taken them to venues throughout Europe, the United States of America, and Asia; highlights include performances at the Hong Kong Cultural Center, where they performed to an audience of 1600, St Paul’s Cathedral in London, Tokyo University Concert Hall and a concert at Worcester Cathedral, which included a performance of their transcription of Elgar’s Cello Concerto. In 2020, they were invited to perform two recitals for the American Guild of Organists National Convention in Atlanta.

Sunday, October 29th – 4:00 P.M.

Organist Eric Plutz


Eric Plutz is the organist at Princeton University, where his responsibilities include playing for weekly services at the Chapel, academic ceremonies, and solo concerts, as well as accompanying the University Chapel Choir in services and concerts. Mr. Plutz “performs with gusto, flair, clarity, and strong yet pliant rhythmic control. James Hildreth, for The American Organist. “Plutz is a master craftsman… his performances are sensitive, emotional, stunningly accurate, and spectacularly musical… truly a world-class performance by a world-class musician.” James Reed for The Diapason.

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

Sunday, December 9th – 4:00 P.M.

A Festival of Lessons and Carols


A gala reception follows the service.


A service of scripture and song, woven together with readers of all ages, takes us on a truly magical progression from prophecy to fulfillment, from Old Testament foretelling to a birthday celebration.


Pine Street Chancel Choir, Joseph Garrison, conductor, Matthew McMahan, organist
Brass Quintet and Percussion

Sunday, March 10th – 4:00 P.M.

Trumpet and Organ Concert –


John Stoudt, trumpet, and Joseph Garrison, organ.

The concert will feature Carson Cooman’s “Solstice Sonata,” commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for its 2014 Biennial National Convention in Boston, MA.

Sunday, April 14th – 4:00 P.M.

Harmonies of the Divine: A Choral Concert


A gala reception follows the service.


Pine Street’s Chancel Choir will perform Louis Vierne and Charles-Marie Widor’s Solemn Masses.

Matthew McMahan, organist
Joseph Garrison, conductor

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

Sunday, May 5th – 4:00 P.M.

Organist Nathan Laube



Nathan Laube is an Associate Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music and an International Consultant in Organ Studies at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the United Kingdom. His extensive international career takes him continually to major concert venues and festivals worldwide. Known for his brilliant playing, gracious demeanor, and creative programming of repertoire spanning five centuries (including his virtuoso transcriptions of orchestral works), Mr. Laube has earned high praise from critics and peers alike.

Sunday, May 12th – 4:00 P.M.

Messiah University Concert Choir  

Dr. Joy Meade, conductor

The Concert Choir is the premiere vocal ensemble at Messiah University and serves as an ambassador of the university through national and international concert performances. The choir regularly collaborates with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra on its Masterworks Series and maintains an active recording schedule. Concert Choir performances are characterized by a diverse repertoire that spans from the Renaissance to the present day and encompasses sacred and secular works.

Contact Us

Have a question about Music At Pine Street or one of our upcoming events? Contact us today! We’d be more than happy to hear from you and answer all your questions. 

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