Saturday, July 25, 2015

WEEK TEN AND ENCORE PERFORMANCE

July 27-31, 2015



12:00 Noon
Performances are free and open to the public
Come and enjoy!

Monday, July 27, 2015

 Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists from the Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre will perform their favorite music in addition to some of this year’s productions.  For more information, go to www.utahfestival.org/.

     Tuesday, July 28, 2015


 Sue Baker (Vocalist)

Soprano Susan Baker and accompanist Lisa Budge will delight you with songs from the Broadway theatre, including "My Fair Lady", "West Side Story " and  "South Pacific".  These will be followed by familiar and beautiful classical arias by George Gershwin, Giacomo Puccini and other wonderful composers.

Susan Baker performed for many years in Southern California in both musical theater and opera.  She has sung opera internationally, including the role of Musetta in “La Boheme” with the Chinese National Opera, as well as singing the national anthem for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Clippers. She is a graduate of both California State University and USU. She and her family have loved living in Cache Valley for the last eleven years.
Lisa Budge, pianist, received her Bachelor’s degree in Humanities and Music, as well as her Master’s degree in Library Science at BYU. She performs with the American Festival Chorus and enjoyed many years of membership in the Northern Utah Choral Society.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015


 Harry Heap (Organist)

The theme for this performance is “Lovely”, and will feature works with a romantic flavor from Baroque, Romantic and 20th Century composers.
Dr. Harold Heap, known by all as Harry, earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Performance and Education from the University of Iowa, his Masters in Conducting from Eastern Illinois University, and his Doctorate in Choral Conducting and Literature from the University of Illinois.  He became a church organist at age 12 and has played in churches ever since.  He taught choral music and conducting at several universities including Utah State, Phillips University in Oklahoma, and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.  He returned to Cache Valley, and served as Organist and Choirmaster at St. John’s Episcopal Church here in Logan for 15 years.  He resides in Logan with his wife, Janice, and two daughters Emily and Elizabeth.  He accompanied Emily recently in her concert here in the Tabernacle; he and Elizabeth sing in the American Festival Chorus.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

 Erika Hubbard (Violinist)

Erika will play a program of classical music from the works of Bach, Beethoven and Brahms with a few lighter pieces.
Erika began her violin studies at age 4 with Jessica Guideri, formerly of the Fry Street Quartet and continued her education with Rebecca McFaul, current member of the Fry Street Quartet. She subsequently studied with Deborah Moench in Salt Lake and is currently studying with Eugene Watanabe. She is a member of the Gifted Music School in Salt Lake.
Erika loves to share music to make people happy. She also enjoys making fancy pastries, playing soccer, traveling and being with family.



Friday, July 31, 2015


 Craig Jessop Presentation

Dr. Craig Jessop will give a presentation of  “The Mormon Tabernacle Choir: An American Musical Legacy” including video and audio clips.

Dr. Jessop is Professor of Music and the founding Dean for the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University.   These appointments follow Dr. Jessop’s distinguished tenure as music director of the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Head of the Department of Music at Utah State.    He is the founder and Music Director of the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra and has served as the music director of the Carnegie Hall National High School Choral Festival sponsored by the Weill Institute of Music at Carnegie Hall.   Prior to his appointment with the Tabernacle Choir, Dr. Jessop was a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force music programs. 
In recognition of his outstanding contribution to the cultural life of Utah, Dr. Jessop received the 2014 Governor’s Mansion Performing Artist Award bestowed by Governor Gary Herbert, Governor of the State of Utah.   Under his direction, the Tabernacle Choir received numerous awards, including the coveted National Medal of Arts in a ceremony at the White House.   He has recorded over 15 CDs on the Telarc and MTC labels with the Choir and in 2008 received a Grammy nomination for his work with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
At the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Dr. Jessop conducted the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony, working with several world-renowned artists.
Dr. Jessop tenure as Music Director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and as director of the United States Air Force Singing Sergeants in Washington D.C. has taken him to the most prestigious concert halls of the nation and around the world including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, the Kennedy  Center in Washington, D.C., Royal Albert Hall in London and throughout Europe and Asia.   

July 31, 2015 EVENING 7:00 P.M.
Encore Concert! 

Andreas Wesemann, MC
The Encore concert is some of the best performances of the summer season rolled into one wonderful evening.  This concert will be a mix of country/western, pop, jazz, classical, and folk music with Andreas Wesemann as the master of ceremonies. Andreas Wesemann is an Assistant Professor of Aviation at Utah State University, a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and a passionate speaker on Faith, Family and Freedom.  The performers include Rachel Smith (12 year old pianist), Kim Maycock (vocal/piano), Levente Medveczky (piano/organ), Kennita Thatcher (cello with Millie Camire -- organist), Sassafras (women's folk band--country/bluegrass), Pianist Miho Everitt with flutists Jo Hays & Allyson Bailey, Millie Camire (organ),  John Waldron (harmonica), Luke Shepherd (piano/voice/harmonica),  Erika Hubbard (violin),  Ellie Hubbard (cello),  Betty Hammond and Natalie Bailey (vocal duets),  Mike Bailey (vocal), Broadbent family and harpists.

 THE CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY  CACHE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AN INTERFAITH AND CIVIC ORGANIZATION, AND IS ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE RAPZ TAX.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ALLOWS FREE USE OF THE HISTORIC LOGAN TABERNACLE, AS WELL AS PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT.





Friday, July 17, 2015

WEEK NINE

JULY 20-24, 2105


                                      12:00 Noon
Performances are free and open to the public
Come and enjoy!


Monday, July 20, 2015


Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists from the Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre will perform their favorite music in addition to previewing some of this year’s productions.  For more information, go to www.utahfestival.org/.


Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Celebrate America (Show Choir)
The Celebrate America show is a Glenn Miller style big band show that performs every September in the USU ballroom. This concert is a little preview of that show and will feature the Stardust singers from the cast. They will sing a set of patriotic and swing songs from the 1940's era including hits from the greatest era of swing music, and will celebrate our freedom with patriotic classics including God Bless America and an armed forces tribute.  
The performers are Kili Gardner who will attend USU this fall studying commercial music. She has won several song-writing competitions; Augustine Larsen will attend USU in the fall and is a member of the Cache Civic ballet company; Julia Allen is a recent graduate of Utah State University in family life studies. She has performed  in many local theatre productions;  Brady Allen is currently a student at Utah State, pursuing a degree in Engineering and Technological Education.  He has performed with his wife in many local theatre productions. Corbin Lee recently returned from a mission to Lima Peru and will be attending University this fall. He has performed in High School and Cache Theatre’s productions; Dayton Martindale is a student at Utah State University studying to be a high school guidance counselor. He has sung with the USU institute choir, Latter Day Voices as well as the USU chorale; Breanna Gunther is recently returned from a mission to Arizona. She was a member of Encore, Sky View's show choir and a member of Allstate choir. She is an accomplished soloist and dancer; Hannah Evans graduated from Utah State with a BS is vocal performance in 2014. She has performed in many opera productions and sang with the USU chamber singers; and Abraham Gunther performed in a comedy troupe in Idaho and has since been a part of Encore show choir and all-state choir. 

For more information on this show: Celebrateamericashow.com
Director: Brenda Anthony
Choreography: Jan Richins and Cece Craner
Music Director: Karen Teuscher
Band leaders: Larry Smith and Will Francis


Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Emily Heap (Vocalist)

Emily Heap is a native of Logan, UT. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in acting from Utah State University and has performed with several companies in the valley including the Old Lyric Repertory Company.  Emily currently works as the Assistant Technical Director and Resident Lighting Designer for the Cache Valley Center for the Arts. In her spare time, Emily trains as an aerialist on lyra and static trapeze.  Emily is delighted to perform once again for the Noon Music concert series and will be singing a combination of jazz and musical theatre pieces including: Blame It On My Youth, Lullaby of Broadway, My New Philosophy, and Someone To Watch Over Me



Thursday, July 23, 2015

Michelle Broadbent (Vocalist)

Michelle Broadbent is happy to be returning this year to the 2015 Tabernacle Concert Series. Michelle graduated from Utah State and earned a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from BYU-Provo. She won the Concerto Competition at both universities, was BYU’s “Singer of the Year,” and was a district winner and regional finalist in the prestigious MET Competition. She has studied and performed in Italy, as well as performing in England, Wales, Ireland, Russia, El Salvador and Guatemala. 

Michelle is an unusually gifted performer. Her gorgeous high notes and rich low range lend warmth and beauty to the many genres of music which she sings. Michelle possesses the unique ability to span styles and genres, delivering brilliant interpretations that will touch your hearts and lift your spirits. 


Friday, July 24, 2015

Hubbard Family
The Hubbard family will play solo and orchestral classical works of Liszt, Saint Saens, Bach and Haydn as well as some popular numbers.  They will be accompanied by Gary Amano and Karla Axtell.  You will also hear violin, flute, cello and piano music.

The family consists of parents Nina and Kelly, Hayden 17, Erika 15, Ellie 13, and Jane 10. 

Hayden is the 2015 Utah Sterling scholar winner in instrumental music, valedictorian at Logan high who will be leaving on a mission to Romania in September and returning to Utah State after his mission. He will play the Liszt “Totentanz” with the Utah Festival Opera orchestra under the direction of Dr. Craig Jessop on August 5th at the Ellen Eccles theatre.

Erika plays both violin and piano and is currently studying piano with Professor Gary Amano and violin with Eugene Watanabe. She is a full scholarship member of the Gifted Music School in Salt Lake.

Ellie  has played the cello since the age of 5. She is a student of Carey Cheney in Salt Lake. She also loves to sing and participate in musicals.

Jane plays both violin and piano. She studies piano with Brooke Hirst and violin with Debbie Moench in Salt Lake. 
The family loves soccer, cooking, traveling, skiing and chilling at a cabin in Northern Idaho.  Their family also includes Snazzy and Chopin, the schnauzers, and Eliot, the African grey parrot.  (The animals will not be performing!)


THE CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY  CACHE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AN INTERFAITH AND CIVIC ORGANIZATION, AND IS ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE RAPZ TAX.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ALLOWS FREE USE OF THE HISTORIC LOGAN TABERNACLE, AS WELL AS PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT.




Friday, July 10, 2015

WEEK EIGHT

JULY 13-JULY 17, 2015

 12:00 Noon, 
Performances are free and open to the public
Come and enjoy!


Monday, July 13, 2015


Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists will perform their favorite music in addition to previewing this year’s season which includes Man of La Mancha, Carousel, La Boheme, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and other performances.  For more information, go to www.utahfestival.org/.www.utahfestival.org/.


Tuesday, July 14, 2015


John Waldron & Surprise Performer (Harmonica & Piano)

John Waldron will provide a three segment program: 1) Harmonica history, including types, and playing styles with examples; 2) Name that tune sing along; 3) Harmonica solos with organ accompaniment by Karla Axtell on the last number. 

John was born in Hawaii while his parents were serving as mission president before the beginning of WW II.  He was born to a very musical family but he never learned to read notes but played keyboards and harmonica by ear.

As a young man he found a harmonica, took it apart, cleaned it, and learned how to play by ear.   He has served in a variety of scouting positions so was able to play the harmonica in the outdoor setting.

He graduated from USU with a BS of Science in Entomology.  However his career was in electrical engineering, overseeing the installation of scoreboards and video message centers.  John is now retired and serves at the Logan Family Search Library, in the Logan Temple, and is a driver for Meals on Wheels.


Wednesday, July 15, 2015


Betty Hammond & Vocalists

A group of “family” singers, all related to one another, will perform a varied program of solos and duets, featuring songs from Broadway, the big bands, opera, and folk.  The performers are Michael Bailey, Natalie Bailey Burningham, Susan Haderlie, Betty Hammond, and Elli Price, accompanied by Merrilee Broadbent.

Mike Bailey has sung with the Tabernacle Choir for 8 years. He has a degree in choral music education and has taught music for the past 30 years. He has performed on stage in operas and musicals, has been a soloist in many venues, and performs and directs in choruses throughout the valley. He currently is an elementary school counselor in the Davis District.

Natalie Bailey Burningham received a B.A. in Music Therapy at Colorado State University with voice as her main instrument. In Colorado she ran her own Music Therapy business, doing children's music groups and geriatric therapies. Natalie has sung the role of Hansel in 'Hansel and Gretel' with the Heritage Theater and has performed solos in the Messiah and other venues as well. Natalie is married and has two adorable children.

Susan Haderlie has performed with opera and stage companies throughout the U.S. including Utah Opera, Idaho Falls Opera, Cimmeron Opera, Heritage Theater, Marjorie Lyons Playhouse, and her latest performance with Lyrical Opera Theater in the role of Suzuki from Madama Butterfly. She served 8 years as Artistic Director for Idaho Little Theatre where she stage directed, produced, and performed. She has been a member of the voice adjunct faculty at Utah State for the past 12 years.

Betty Hammond has a Master's Degree in Vocal Performance and a Bachelor's Degree in Piano Performance and English. She has taught for years with the USU Music Department Adjunct Faculty. She has been the featured soloist in many events and has had leading roles in musicals and operas. She currently sells real estate and senior insurance.

Elli Price is the daughter of Rodney and Karen Price. She has been a soloist for a variety of events and is making her debut with the Logan Tabernacle Concert Series. She is taking online college courses and sings with the Logan Institute Choir.

Merrilee Broadbent is a gifted accompanist who started playing the piano at age 3 and has been busily involved in music ever since. She plays and sings for her own talented family and accompanies for the Cache Children's Choir, as well as many other venues.



Thursday, July 16, 2015


Carolyn Benley’s Harps

This fine group of harpists will present a varied program of solos and ensembles pieces from a wide selection of music genres: Folk, classical, pop, international and jazz.  They will be joined by vocalist Kristi Toone Gilbert and violinist, Lori Wiser.  There will also be a special ensemble performance of a medley from the score of a beloved movie celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.  Can you guess?

The harpists are:  
Christine Altom 






Katie Anderson







Kami and Lienne Cupal





Elise Idso







Addison Line







Samantha Loosli







Carolyn Bentley










Friday, July 17, 2016

The 4Hims 
(Barbarshop Quartet Extraordinaire)

The award-winning vocal quartet “The 4 Hims” uniquely blends barbershop, a cappella, and instrumental music with zany humor that reviewers have called "fantastic" and "hilariously entertaining." The group consists of four Edwards brothers: David, Alan, Farrell, and John. The 4 Hims have performed for audiences of all ages in a wide variety of venues throughout the Wasatch Front.  Go to www.4hims.com for more information.

David Edwards, Bass, is accomplished in voice, cello, guitar, and tuba. David is a computer software engineer has worked in several States and Japan. He is an expert on kanji – character-based Japanese writing.  David is the father of four.  He easily gets absorbed in “projects” and writes novels in his spare time.

Alan Edwards, Lead, played jazz saxophone in California, has written more than 2,000 newspaper articles on everything from government scandals to operatic vibrato, and is an award-winning journalist.  He practiced patent law, logged trees, researched space science, and programmed computers. He lives with his wife, three daughters, and a dog.

Farrell Edwards, Baritone, is a trombone artiste and the brains behind the development of numerous Electronic Arts computer games. He is a connoisseur of fine automobiles, and loves to water ski and work in his garden.  He has rubbed shoulders with isolated Indonesian natives and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. Farrell is the proud father of four children.

John EdwardsTenor, is also the group’s trumpet player, the mouth drummer, and primary pianist.  He is a research scientist at the University of Utah.  He toured with the world-champion Blue Devils drum and bugle corps, and played soccer in Chile.  John is the father of six children; he raises chickens in his spare time.

THE CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY  CACHE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AN INTERFAITH AND CIVIC ORGANIZATION, AND IS ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE RAPZ TAX.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ALLOWS FREE USE OF THE HISTORIC LOGAN TABERNACLE, AS WELL AS PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT.






Sunday, July 5, 2015

WEEK SEVEN

JULY 6-JULY 10, 2015


12:00 Noon
Performances are free and open to the public
Come and enjoy!

Monday, July 6, 2015


Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists will perform their favorite music in addition to previewing this year’s season which includes Man of La Mancha, Carousel, La Boheme, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and other performances.  For more information, go to www.utahfestival.org/.www.utahfestival.org/.



Tuesday, July 7, 2015


Fry Street Quartet (USU Artists in residence)

The Fry Street Quartet will present a diverse program of works spanning three centuries, including a quartet by Libby Larsen that was commissioned last year for The Crossroads Project.

Founded in Chicago in 1997, the Fry Street received rave reviews as prizewinners at various Competitions. The quartet traveled to Israel to participate in the International Encounters Chamber Music Seminar in 2000, where they studied with Isaac Stern. He invited the quartet to the Isaac Stern Chamber Music Workshop in New York City and subsequently arranged for the quartet’s Carnegie Hall debut in 2001.  

Hailed as “a triumph of ensemble playing” (New York Times), the Fry Street Quartet has reached audiences from Carnegie Hall to Sarajevo and Jerusalem. The quartet began its international career as cultural ambassadors to the Balkan States, sponsored by Carnegie Hall and the U.S. Department of State. 

A recent defining endeavor was the quartet’s first complete Beethoven Quartet Cycle. “These works put players to the test in terms of interpretation, technique and musicianship.” 
In response to the issues of global sustainability, the Fry Street Quartet, alongside physicist and educator Dr. Robert Davies, present Crossroads: an evocative performance blending music, information, imagery—and a dash of theater.  Crossroads is a deep-seated and visceral contemplation of the choices before us, the paths they forge, and the dramatically different landscapes to which they lead.  A full-length concert version featuring a commissioned work by Laura Kaminsky alongside projections of paintings created for the project by artist Rebecca Allan will debut later this year.  

In 2002, at the invitation of Utah State University and the Caine Foundation, the Fry Street Quartet arrived in Logan. The task was to build a performance-based approach to a string program.  Because you're wondering … “Fry Street” was the location of the quartet’s first rehearsal space in the Chicago neighborhood once ruled by Al Capone.


Wednesday, July 8, 2015


Dianne Hardy, Pianist
Songs Everybody Loves

Diane's life has been in music, as a piano teacher and performer. She recently retired from the USU music department. She doesn't want to brag about her "piled higher and deeper." Her program will consist of songs everybody knows and loves. She will not only delight us with the songs she plays, she will also tickle our brains, as she asks us to identify some of the songs she presents. Be prepared for a fun noon hour with this master musician."




Thursday, July 9, 2015


 Lezlee  and Jordan Reunion Performance

Lezlee and Jordan will perform bluegrass and pop music, original and familiar tunes and songs with piano and banjo accompaniment. 

Jordan Snow has been playing banjo since he was 12 years old.  He and his mother, Lezlee, started as a duet and this experience provided him an opportunity to play with several bluegrass bands. His natural ability and love of practice enabled him to take first place awards at Utah banjo competitions several times in the following years. 

Lezlee Snow Monroe grew up in Logan and is a singer, songwriter, and a keyboardist and is currently working on her 8th album of original music. She has been playing with the Ogden-based Classic Rock band “Two Weeks Notice” for the last four years.  She teaches and coaches singing and piano lessons.


Friday, July 10, 2015


Lynn Thomas, Kadie Clark and Millie Camire
Organ Recital

This organ recital will feature performances by Lynn Thomas, Kadie Clark and Millie Camire.  They will play a variety of classical and contemporary organ compositions highlighting the organ's lyrical as well as grand capabilities.



******Saturday, July 11, 2015********


***7:00 pm***  
Salt Lake City Carrier’s Band

The Salt Lake City Letter Carriers Band performs a variety of concerts consisting of fun toe tapping music such as hound dog rag, woodwind polka, marches, show tunes, pop songs, and even a little New Orleans Jazz.  The band was organized many years ago to provide music for the delegates attending the National Letter Carriers Conventions and to perform for events and activities throughout our various communities.  At their last convention in 2012, they played for 8000 delegates in Minneapolis.  The Band has marched in the Days of 47 Parade in Salt Lake City for over 50 years.  Today, the Salt Lake City band is only one of six Post Office Bands remaining in the Nation. Under the direction of Steve Talbot and Allan Cook, the 34 volunteer musicians continue the wonderful traditions that were established many years ago, and love to share the joy of music with others.

THE CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY  CACHE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AN INTERFAITH AND CIVIC ORGANIZATION, AND IS ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE RAPZ TAX.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ALLOWS FREE USE OF THE HISTORIC LOGAN TABERNACLE, AS WELL AS PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT.





Friday, June 26, 2015

WEEK SIX

JUNE 29-JULY 3, 2015
12:00 Noon
Performances are free  
Open to the public
Come and enjoy!

Monday, June 29, 2015


Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists will perform their favorite music in addition to previewing this year’s season which includes Man of La Mancha, Carousel, La Boheme, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and other performances.  For more information, go to www.utahfestival.org/.utahfestival.org


Tuesday, June 30, 2015

 

Debbie Ditton’s Singers

Debbie Ditton is bringing some of her most talented student singers  to the Historic Logan Tabernacle for the audience to enjoy.  Debbie has been teaching in Cache Valley for 21 years and is currently the Executive Director of Music Theatre West. Debbie loves performing, music directing and teaching.


Wednesday, July 1, 2015


Sassafras Folk String Band

Sassafras Folk String Band offers crowd-pleasing entertainment with tight vocal harmonies and lively instrumentation. This talented all-girl string band specializes in folk music, both old-timey and contemporary, and an exciting mix of Celtic, Bluegrass and Blues. Sassafras has captivated audiences of all ages for over 10 years with their vibrant harmonies and a sassy mix of guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass.
Candice Kempton plays the fiddle, mandolin, and guitar. She feels very lucky to have found such great friends to perform music with. Whenever possible, she loves spending time with her children and grandchildren. She teaches fiddle, violin and mandolin and loves it!
Genet Brown adds a unique spark to the group with her awesome bass playing, beautiful voice and fun personality. Genet also plays the piano, organ, clarinet and dulcimer, but her basses are her passion!
Kristen Day is a graduate of Violin Performance and Pedagogy at BYU. She uses her experience to teach others the joy of music through private violin instruction. Her husband and four adorable children keep her busy when she’s not fiddlin’,
Marianne Sidwell uses performing as therapy, playing her guitar and singing is much cheaper and more fun! She plays folk fife, dulcimer and likes to pick up other random instruments just because. She comes from a musical family and also enjoys performing in musical theater. She loves being with her husband and four children.
Betty Leishman picked up the banjo while her children were young and hasn’t put it down since. She has played claw-hammer-style banjo for the past 20 years, along with harmonica, guitar, and bodhran. She has played with a variety of folk groups, accompanied choirs and stage productions, adding the sound of the banjo anywhere it is needed – which, of course, is everywhere!!! 



Thursday, July 2, 2015
Kim Maycock & Friends (Multi-talented performers)

Kim Maycock & friends will present a program “Voices of Summer”  which embraces the many perspectives of summer and our nation’s birth. From the warmth of sunshine to making family memories, those who have served our country to those who benefit from that service.  Program will include contemporary stage works, original compositions, and traditional patriotic melodies such as: Songs for a New World, Homeward Bound, Battle Hymn of the Republic, and other favorites.

Performers include: 
  
Nick Whitesides is a songwriter, having written and arranged more than 500 original songs, 25 of which have been recorded professionally. He has co-written with two LDS artists and played for thousands of people. He was in the band “Double or Nothing” and is currently identified with a solo act entitled “Magnetic Romance.” 

Kimberly Roderick Maycock is a Registered Nurse with a passion for the performing arts. She has performed leading roles in musical theater productions as well as solo concerts in venues worldwide. Currently, she works as a Clinical Director for Haven & Lantern Health Groups and is wrapping up production of her first solo album, “Streams of Mercy.”


Darrin Young is a Second Grade teacher with a love for singing, having performed in many musical theater and opera productions, including ten years as a member of the Utah Opera Chorus.  He now spends his time taking care of his two kids Mikey and Ari with his wife Rachel and are awaiting the third addition in October. 


Arianne Green Hellewell recently graduated from the Vocal Pedagogy program at Weber State University (WSU). She currently has her own studio where she teaches voice. She also teaches as an adjunct faculty member at WSU in the Musical Theater department.




Levente Medveczky was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary where he was invited to play numerous concerts both in solo and orchestral events nationwide. He’s currently enrolled as an Organ Performance student at Brigham Young University. 






Friday, July 3, 2015 


The Broadbent Family
The Broadbents are back!  They are a family of gifted musicians who share their talents with joy and enthusiasm.  Merrilee is the arranger and artistic director of the group.  Richard will melt your heart with his rich baritone voice.  Michelle, a performance graduate of USU, BYU, and even BYU’s prestigious “Singer of the Year,” will thrill you with her gorgeous high notes and down-to- earth delivery. James, whose  background includes everything from musical theater to opera, brings warmth and beauty to your favorite melodies. He and his talented wife, Annie, light up the stage with their love songs. Christopher, age 15, is just plain fun.  It will be beautiful music from start to finish.  You’ll be tapping your toes and humming a song when you leave!

THE CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES IS SPONSORED BY  CACHE COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AN INTERFAITH AND CIVIC ORGANIZATION, AND IS ALSO SPONSORED IN PART BY THE RAPZ TAX.  THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ALLOWS FREE USE OF THE HISTORIC LOGAN TABERNACLE, AS WELL AS PROVIDING FINANCIAL SUPPORT.