This site gives details of the Concerts and Lectures at the Historic Tabernacle in Logan, Utah that are sponsored by Cache Community Connections. Included are monthly events and the 10-week Summer Noon Music Series and 2-week Christmas Music Series.
Friday, July 20, 2012
Week EIGHT at the Tabernacle
FREE TOURS of the Tabernacle given
on Mondays and Saturday from 10pm-5pm
and on Tuesday-Friday from 10am- 7pm.
For July 23-27, 2012
Click to see the HERALD JOURNAL CACHE MAGAZINE page 6 for information on this week's performers. You can enlarge the magazine by clicking on it. You can also click on theRed names in this post for more information.
Chris Mortensen is an experienced performer. Starting at age 14, he played bass guitar and sang in many cover bands through the years, playing pop, classic rock, country, blues, and jazz. He has written over 50 songs to date. Some of his song lyrics and poems can be seen on cowboypoetry.com, and some of his original songs can be heard on broadjam.com. If you like thoughtfully crafted lyrics put to music, you will enjoy the stories Chris shares through his songs.
Wednesday July 25th Noon
The Crimson Quartet
Daun Kwag, Donna Lee, Gavon Peck, Rebecca Ransom formed the Crimson Quartet in 2010 but the members have been in smaller ensembles and orchestras together for at least 6 years.
All members have been playing their instrument for at least eight years and three of the members have been winners of the Concerto Competition at Logan High.
Thursday July 26th Noon
They specialize in music from the 20's through the 60's. Some of the pieces they will sing this year are: Singing in the Rain, Mr. Sandman, Blue Moon
and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. For a trip down memory lane,
Come join the TrebleMakers:Becky Olson, Sally Jones and Evelyn Burch and accompanist Lynne Morrey.
presents previews and vignettes from its three productions - Steel Magnolias, Private Lives, and Big River - in repertory from June 14 through August 18. The OLRC was founded in 1966 by W. Vosco Call, Cache Valley theater patron and former department head of theatre at USU. This year marks Call's 46th season with the Company.