Come to the Moravian Music Festival!

For all ages, July 23-29, at HMC and Salem College

Come to the Moravian Music Festival! The 25th Moravian Music Festival will be held July 23-29, 2017, In Winston-Salem, NC, on the campuses of Home Moravian Church and Salem College.

The Moravian Music Festival is being held at Home Moravian this summer! Sponsored by the Moravian Music Foundation, the Festival includes special activities for children and youth as well as young adults. There will be age-appropriate choirs and activities; youth may be involved in the band.

The Moravian Music Festival is where dedicated church musicians convene and conference, to reaffirm their work and service to the Lord. Festival is the opportunity to connect to the larger Church and the Worldwide Unity.

The Festival is for everyone, serving musicians of all levels, from beginner to director. Moravian Music Festivals are a learning opportunity for singers and instrumentalists (Moravian and non-Moravian). It is full of practical ideas, skills, and techniques for the musician, the ensemble, and the congregation. Registration information at

…for Children K-5 and Youth 6th-12th

Deadline for early registration: June 1, 2017

We welcome our young Moravian musicians to a wonderful week of music and activities! Children will participate in a variety of music classes during the week. Younger singers will be led by Beth Juran; older ones by Anne Saxon.  In the afternoons they’ll also experience making sugar cake, making candles, trying out different musical instruments in a “petting zoo”, and having visits from such Moravian personalities as Count Zinzendorf and others.

Youth will have the opportunity to join the festival chorus, hand bell choir, concert band, trombone choir, or festival orchestra for a week of music making and instruction.

Parents will bring their children to a designated drop-off area at 9:00 a.m., and may pick them up at 5:00 p.m. The children will present a musical program on Friday afternoon, July 28, at 2:00 p.m., which will be open to the public.  Cost:  $10 or $12 t-shirt and cost of lunches. Thanks to benevolent funds, the cost is no more than $50 if you register your children before June 1. Visit for details.