Friday, July 6, 2012

Week SIX at the Logan Tabernacle

For July 9-14, 2012

Tuesday July 10th Noon

Con Allegrezza: String Quartet

The Con Allegrezza quartet is comprised of local musicians and has been performing in Cache Valley for over 15 years.The current quartet is comprised of  Kathleen Lloyd, 1st violinist, from Smithfield; Linda Kemp, 2nd violinist, from Logan; Robert Frost, violist, from Smithfield; and Kennita Thatcher, cellist, from North Logan.   This year’s program will feature a quartet by Haydn and Mozart and other arranged light classics.

Wednesday July 11th Noon 

 Sweet Harmony with Sue Baker and Lisa Budge

Sweet Harmony begins when good friends put their hearts together to present a musical program of Broadway tunes, sacred favorites and entertaining operatic melodies. 

Thursday July 12th Noon 

Carol Bentley's Harps

The students of Carolyn Bentley will present a program that will delight, inspire, entertain and soothe. Always a favorite of the Noon Tabernacle series, there will be over 330 strings vibrating and filling the Tabernacle with their unique and brilliant sounds. 
The students are Naomi Clements, Katie Anderson, Samantha Loosli, Sarah Johnson, Sasha Murray Beorchia, Caitlin Johnson, Katie McGregor

Friday July 13th Noon

Old Lyric Repertory Company

The Old Lyric Repertory Company 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.

Special Saturday Evening Concert

July 14, 2012 at 7pm      Salt Lake City Letter Carriers Band

                                                                           Photo by Xoelle

The Salt Lake City Letter Carriers band was organized around 1950 to play for the National Letter Carriers Conventions every other year. They were invited to play for the conventions in Hawaii, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, and many other States. Today, under the direction of Steve Talbot and Allan Cook, the 38 volunteer musicians of the band continue the wonderful traditions that were established so many years ago. Their concert will cover a wide range of music including popular marches and show tunes.  This will be a great show to bring the whole family to.

The Concert and Lecture Series is part of Cache Community Connections and is sponsored in part by the RAPZ TAX and the Cache Valley Radio Group  


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