Wednesday, May 23, 2012

2012 Summer Schedule 
for the Noon Music at 12pm
& the Concert and Lecture Series at 7pm
is now available.

You can download or PRINT A COPY for your use.  

You can also pick up a copy of the schedule at the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau and they are available at the concerts.  Each week we will list the performers and put in links to their websites, blogs and/or youtube videos if they are available. This way you can easily learn more about the performers.  We will also put in any changes to the schedule for that week.

We hope this blog will be a help to you as you enjoy the varied and talented performers  from our beautiful Cache Valley.  We also hope you will take some time to explore the many Downtown Logan establishments before and after these wonderful FREE concerts. 

Click on colored names for more information.  

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

A Very Unique Pairing of Choral Groups for May 17, 2012 Event at Tabernacle

                            "Sing for Spring"  

Imperial Glee Club 

and the American Heritage Youth Chorus

The next concert at the Logan Tabernacle 
will be a combined performance by the 
and the 
Thursday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. 
Entitled  "Sing for Spring" 
the event is FREE of charge and everyone is invited.  
Click on names above to go to their websites.

The Imperial Glee Club of Logan, directed by Warren Barton, is one of the oldest independent and continuously performing male choruses in the western United States. Founded in 1916 by a small group of male singers in the Logan Sixth LDS Ward, the Club has grown and maintained a membership of 20-30 men from communities throughout Cache Valley.

The American Heritage Youth Chorus is an LDS-oriented choral organization for children and youth ages 8-18 sponsored by the American Heritage School in American Fork. Enrollment in the group is open to all children and youth regardless of school affiliation, drawing membership from 
across Utah and Salt Lake counties.

Rob Swenson directs the youth chorus. He holds both a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Music Education from Brigham Young University. A composer and arranger, his music has been performed by groups around the state, including numerous LDS institute choirs.

The Logan Tabernacle is located at 
50 North Main, Logan, Utah; 
The Logan Tabernacle Concert and Lecture Series is a service of 
We are grateful to the Cache County RAPZ Tax and 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
for their support.

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