Monday, May 22, 2017

SUMMER NOON TABERNACLE CONCERTS

WEEK ONE
MONDAY, MAY 29, 2017


CACHE COMMUNITY WIND SYMPHONY

The Cache Community Wind Symphony has been an active organization in Cache Valley since 1976 and has been a major contributor to the cultural and artistic landscape of Cache Valley.  The group consists of 65 excellent musicians that hail from throughout out the valley ranging in age from 14 to...well  29 and holding.  All former and current band musicians are encouraged to participate with the Wind Symphony – to meet other musicians, recreate, rehearse, and perform.

The Cache Wind Symphony is conducted by Laverna Horne - MLMS music department head and director as well as Dr. Thomas P. Rohrer - Professor and director of Bands at Utah State University.  Their program today will include patriotic, religious and show tune music.  You will be tapping your toes with the enjoyment of this group.  
All ages and abilities  are welcome  to come and be a part of our group.  Along with the Wind Symphony, they have a parade band and a jazz band that perform regularly. 



TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2017


JUNIPER JUNCTION
COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS BAND

Juniper Junction is an Americana band out of northern Utah playing a mix of bluegrass, classic country, folk, and rockabilly.  The band members are Holly Conger, Kelin, Karl, Kory and Wally Gibbons.  You will be tapping your toe or swinging out with this group!

WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2017



RELATIVE VOICES

Relative Voices will offer  a program with a wide variety of musical styles, featuring songs from Broadway, folk, and opera. Michael Bailey, Natalie Bailey Burningham, and Betty Hammond comprise the singing group. They are all related to each other, including a father and daughter duo, and an aunt. The singers will intersperse solos with duets and trios for a varied musical offering. A talented pianist in the valley, Merrilee Broadbent will accompany the group.   Betty is currently a real estate agent in the valley.   


THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2017
YOUNG MUSICIANS

Andrea Bailey of Bailey Piano Studio  will be dazzling us with her piano students with accelerated talents.  They are:


Clark Campbell
Clark began his violin studies six years ago at the age of seven.  He studies violin under the direction of Brett McAllister. Two years after Clark began playing the violin, he chose to learn to play the piano with the Bailey Piano Studio. Clark's musical interest and talents have been both rewarding as well as recognized.  He’s earned superior ratings in both piano and violin competitions over the past few years.  Clark’s talents extend to his academic studies, also.  He recently completed his first year of middle school where he has maintained a 4.0 GPA.  His personal academic favorites are math and science.  During his free time, Clark enjoys designing homes in CAD programs, swimming, and mountain biking.  He has found enjoyment competing in triathlons.

Conner Campbell
Conner began his piano studies at the age of eight at the Bailey Piano Studio.  Conner has achieved superior ratings in Federation piano competitions. He placed 13th nationally in the the Young Naturalist Competition, a science-based research competition sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History. Conner is also active on his high-school Envirothon team. He has an incredibly hard work ethic that has lead to his competitive placement in track meets, 5-Ks, and mile runs where he clocks 5 minute 30 second miles. For relaxation he runs a 20-acre farm known as Elk Meadows Farm where he produces superior rated hay for equestrian clients. 
Sadie Gifford
Sadie Gifford was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is the oldest child in her family. She is 12 years old, in 6th grade, and loves playing piano. Sadie has always been a very musical child and from a very young age was interested in playing the piano and singing. She has also started writing her own music on the piano with lyrics to go along with it. She is a part of several groups in her school including The Bell choir and the Drama Club. She works very hard to excel at the things she’s interested in.  

Noelle West
Noelle has been playing the piano since she was 5 years old under her instructor, Andrea Bailey.  She is a 12 year old sixth grader at Millville Elementary.  For a school project on the 100th day of school, she wished for a 100 pianos. She loves playing and listening to music from the 20th century.  Along with piano, Noelle currently trains as an equestrian hunter jumper at Saltaire Farms.  Noelle is the 2nd of 5 children, she also loves snow skiing, singing, and is an avid reader.

Naomi West
Naomi began her piano studies at the age of 8 at Bailey Piano Studio.  She is a freshman honor student at Ridgeline High School. Naomi enjoys playing pieces composed during her favorite time period, the Romantic era.  In 2014 she attended the summer piano program at Interlochen Center for the Arts located in Michigan.  In addition to her love of the piano, Naomi is an accomplished figure skater and  member of the Salt Lake Figure Skating Club. She is the oldest of 5 children and also loves tennis and the outdoors.



FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017



IRV AND CRISTINA
"POPS OF THE PAST"

Cristina Edlund and Irv Nelson are a vocalist/piano duo whose repertoire includes favorite songs from across the decades.



Cristina is a vocal artist from Idaho Falls. She spent six years at USU singing with many performing groups, including the Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Voices, Chamber Singers, and Jazz Night at the Skyclub. Cristina also plays at local restaurants and weddings. When she is not singing, Cristina enjoys spending time hiking and camping in Logan Canyon with her husband and daughter.



Irv has more than 50 years of piano experience. Irv is also an arranger, guitarist, bass player, and vocalist.  In addition to performing with Cristina, Irv plays with Relic Acoustic Band and several other performing groups.  Irv teaches piano, guitar, bass, and vocal lessons in the Thatcher-Young Mansion in downtown Logan. For fun, he is an avid mountain snowmobiler, and his grandchildren's favorite "papa."

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, April 21, 2017

It's A Wonderful World, Multicultural Concert

Save the Date:  FREE Concert
Friday, April 21, 2017



"It's A Wonderful World"
Multicultural Concert

Logan Tabernacle
Friday, April 21, 2017
7:00 PM
Free Admission 

Cache Community Connections is pleased to present a special multicultural celebration, "It's A Wonderful World" for the entire family on Friday, April 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the Logan Tabernacle. Come enjoy an evening of delightful entertainment including  story, instrumental, dance and vocal performances from talented entertainers from around the world.  Talents from China, Japan, Trinidad, the Middle East, Holland, Samoa and Scotland will be represented. International refreshments will be served following the concert at St. John's Episcopal Church.  It is free and all are welcome.  A wonderful evening not to be missed.  

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, March 26, 2017

Handel's Messiah

Sunday, March 26, 2017


Admission: Free 
All are Welcome
Open to the Public

The tradition of the Spring Messiah in the Tabernacle dates back to over a decade ago with volunteers in the orchestra and choir providing the music with the audience joining in on certain selections.  Dr. Harold Heap is the accomplished conductor assisted by Karla Axtell on keyboard.  

This performance is also a way we can all contribute much needed food to help restock the Cache Community Food Pantry. Bring a can of food, your Messiah score and come enjoy an evening of superb classical music composed by Handel.  It will be an uplifting, outstanding evening.

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, March 10, 2017

Cache Community Band

Friday, March 10, 2017

Cache Community Band

Friday, March 10, 2017
7:00 pm
Logan Tabernacle
Free to the Public-All are Welcome

For 39 years, the Cache Community Wind Symphony has been a major year-round contributor to the cultural and artistic landscape of Cache Valley.  The Cache Community Wind Symphony consists of 65 excellent musicians that hail from throughout the valley, ranging in age from 14 to . . . well, 29 and still holding. All former and current band musicians are encouraged to participate with the Wind Symphony – to meet other musicians, recreate, rehearse, and perform.

The Cache Wind Symphony is conducted by Laverna Horne - MLMS music department head and director as well as Dr. Thomas P. Rohrer - Professor and director of Bands at Utah State University.
 
Come enjoy the great sounds of the Cache Community Band.  You will be tapping your toe or singing along as you 
delight in an evening of music shared by our 
talented players in Cache Valley! 

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.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Evening of Love Songs

Tuesday, February 14, 2017



"Falling in Love"
presented by
Relative Voices

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
7:00 pm
Logan Tabernacle
Free to the public-All are welcome

"Relative Voices"

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 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. Currently she practices music therapy with special needs children and also gives music education classes for 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.



New Horizons Orchestra
The Cache Valley New Horizons Orchestra began in September of 2014, sponsored by Cache Valley Center for the Arts and the USU Music Department/Caine College of the Arts.   Directors are Patty Bartholomew and Janice McAllister, long-time string educators with assistance from USU music student, Taylor Clark.  Participants come from all over Cache Valley and Box Elder County, representing many walks of life; retired university professors, a scientist, doctor, chemist, university and public school teachers, music instructors, nurses, a horticulturalist, several military veterans, pilots, office administrators, graduate students, a realtor, a mediator, many housewives, moms, dads, grandparents, and one great grandparent.  Some joined the group as beginners, others were re-entry string players who hadn't played since high school many years ago, and other members are adults who began music study a few years ago.  Since its inception the orchestra has been honored to perform on several occasions-- at the Bullen Center, St. John's Episcopal Church, Pioneer Valley Lodge as well as at the Logan Tabernacle.  The ensemble will complete the program with orchestral selections.  The singers will join them for a finale of romantic favorites.  

An evening of beautiful selections by accomplished performers.  Don't miss it!



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.


Monday, January 9, 2017

Martin Luther King Remembrance

Friday, January 13, 2017
7:00 P.M.

                        Free to the Public-All are Welcome



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.


Thursday, December 8, 2016

Christmas Concerts- Week Two

"Tidings of Comfort & Joy"
All Concerts begin at 7:00 pm. 
Messiah 6:00 pm 
Free to the Public


Sunday, December 11, 2016
Food Pantry Benefit Concert



Each year all the churches in the valley come together for a cause to present a beautiful Christmas Concert and also benefit those in need in our valley.  The concert is free but donations are accepted in the form of non-perishable food items or cash.  There will be a non-denominational choir that will perform. Gary Griffin will emcee the event.  Joseph Hawkes, a Cache Valley volunteer extraordinaire, will be speaking.  Karla Axtell will be at the organ.  Each year it has been outstanding!


Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Cache Children's Choir
Claudia Bigler, director

The Cache Children's Choir program aspires to be the best in the American choral tradition for young singers.  Now in its 29th season, the program provides quality music education for the youth in three levels of choirs, and two levels of early childhood classes, including training in Orff-Schulwork and Kodaly.   Orff training is provided by Leslie Timmons, acclaimed teacher and clinician, and member of the USU music faculty.  Claudia Bigler is the new director coming with over 24 years of wide experience in children's choral direction.  Members of the American Festival Chorus will also be a part of this delightful evening. 



Wednesday, December 14, 2016
                                          Rock String Quartet

Rock String Quartet will again dazzle us with their accomplished abilities as they share wonderful,  traditional string quartet Christmas music.  Players include John Knudson, Candice Kempton, violins; Jayme Dunn, viola and Jessica Russell, cello. They have recently come together to create a new sound to string music.  
                                               


Thursday, December 15, 2016
                                           Imperial Glee Club


Cache Valley’s historic men’s chorus, The Imperial Glee Club, will be performing traditional Christmas favorites including "It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “White Christmas,” “Deck the Halls,” “God Rest You Merry Gentlemen,” “Silent Night,” and other stirring and inspirational selections including “Give a Little Love at Christmas,” “Come and See the King,” and “Eight Days of Hanukkah”.  The Imperial Glee Club was founded with a charter of service and brotherhood in 1916 making it one of the oldest continuously performing men’s choruses in the United States.  Last year the Club celebrated its centennial season of musical service to the community.  The 25-30 club members come from throughout Cache Valley and perform choral music in a wide genre including show tunes, pop, and holiday music, with an emphasis on patriotic and spiritual anthems.  The club annually touches hearts and lives in northern Utah and southern Idaho with concerts in a wide variety of business, civic, church, service, and charitable venues.  

Guest artist will be Nicole Vander Does who is currently a Vocal Performance major at Utah State Univeristy. She is from Parker, Colorado. Nicole has performed in many USU productions, she is currently working on the Opera La Finta Giardiniera with the USU Symphony Orchestra which will be performed in February 2017.  She aspires to perform on the great stages of Broadway.

    
Friday, December 16, 2016

Westminster Bell Choir

The Tabernacle will sparkle with the sounds of English handbells Friday, December 16, at 7 p.m. when the Westminster Bell Choir and Belles of Westminster present their annual Christmas concert. The choirs are proud to welcome Dr. Craig Jessop, dean of Utah State University’s Caine College of the Arts and music director of the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra, as guest conductor. Other guests will include Elisabeth (Buffy) Evans on piano prelude and Mary Beck on an organ/bell arrangement of Vivaldi’s “Gloria in Excelsis Deo.”

The concert will include such favorites as “O Come, All Ye Faithful” rung on chimes, “Angels We Have Heard on High” for combined bell and chime choirs, and a particularly funky arrangement of “We Three Kings” for malleted bells. The concert will also feature a 29-bell arrangement of “The Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel's "Messiah" for bell quartet.

The bell choirs are interfaith groups sponsored by Logan’s First Presbyterian Church. They rehearse almost every Thursday from late August through May and perform for a variety of audiences throughout Cache Valley. They ring five octaves of English handbells and five octaves of handchimes and have been known to sing or hum while ringing. One of their favorite activities is flash mobbing Utah State classes, ringing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" for surprised students.



Saturday, December 17, 2017

                                      Christmas Sing-Along
Come and enjoy singing some of your favorite seasonal songs sung with your friends of Cache Valley.   It will be a fun evening for the entire family.  Not to be missed!




Sunday, December 18, 2016
****6:00 pm****Note change of time!!!!!!

Come early to get a seat and hear Handel's classic work performed by neighbors in North Logan.  A choir and orchestra will present selected sections.   Always such a professional, wonderful addition to the Christmas season!


North Logan LDS Stakes



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.