Learn About The 1,600-Year-Old Advent Hymn We’re Singing At School

This Advent season, the children, faculty, and families of Redeemer Classical have frequently sung the hymn "Savior of the Nations, Come" in our daily morning matins services. Many of the children have nearly memorized it. In singing and memorizing, they are participating in nearly 2,000 years of Christian faith: The famous Ambrose, bishop of Milan, … Continue reading Learn About The 1,600-Year-Old Advent Hymn We’re Singing At School

Photos From Students’ Master Class With The Bach Collegium, And Follow-Up Listens

This Friday Redeemer Classical students, their families, and friends enjoyed a music demonstration by the Bach Collegium. Ensemble members introduced and demonstrated their instruments, answered questions, then performed a selection of Bach pieces. Several of these instruments were period Baroque instruments children wouldn't encounter at a typical orchestra or other classical concert. The kids (and parents!) enjoyed their … Continue reading Photos From Students’ Master Class With The Bach Collegium, And Follow-Up Listens

Please Welcome Our New Board Member, Jason Thompson

Please join us in welcoming Jason Thompson to our school board as the fifth member, bringing our board to its full size. Redeemer Lutheran Church appointed Thompson as its representative on our board at the last church council meeting. We're excited to welcome his academic and musical expertise to our endeavors. If you've ever visited … Continue reading Please Welcome Our New Board Member, Jason Thompson

Job Satisfaction for Artists Versus Doctors

The Wall Street Journal published an article today discussing life prospects for young people who love art, from music to painting to dance. It largely critiques two stereotypes about professional arts: That few jobs are available in these fields and that pursuing jobs that offer more money makes people happier. Two findings of this study, involving … Continue reading Job Satisfaction for Artists Versus Doctors