MOORHEAD — Friday, Dec. 11, the directors put the finishing touches on the virtual Concordia Christmas Concert that has been produced and recorded over the past several weeks.
The musicians stood apart and wore masks, which took some creativity for members of the band in order to play their instruments.
All this while conductors, staff and students quarantined or fought off infection.
"This concert is going to show anyone who watches it that even in the midst of a pandemic and all the COVID concerns, that music lives and music, for a lot of our students, is what they cling to," said Concordia choral director Michael Culloton.
There is no charge to watch the concert that will be available for online viewing Dec. 18-27.
Rgister to view the concert on Concordia's website.