Friday, June 21, 2013

Week FOUR at the Logan Tabernacle

You can view or print the  NOON MUSIC SCHEDULE from your computer by clicking the first line under NOTICES on the right.  

Monday June 24th at 12 Noon

Utah Festival Opera &

 Musical Theatre

Singers and instrumentalists will perform their favorite  music in addition to previewing the upcoming UFOMT season.  Click on Theatre name in RED to visit their website.  You might also click on the performers names in RED below for more detailed information about them.

Tyler Scheef

Tuesday, June 25th at 12 Noon, 
Kermit Herd, Baritone 
& John Waldron, Harmonicist

Kermit Herd

Kermit Herd was born in Preston, Idaho. Upon graduation from Preston High School  he enlisted in the Navy for four years.  After serving in the Navy, he attended USU and earned an MFA degree.  While a student, he sang three years with the Salt Lake Philharmonic Orchestra in their Days of '47 celebration. Kermit has performed over the years in a wonderful variety of venues and roles in New York City, Michigan, Ohio, in Pittsburgh for seven summers with the Civic Light Opera, Montana, Wyoming, and Seattle, Washington.

John Waldron
John Waldron was born in Hawaii while his parents were serving there as mission president before the beginning of WW II.  He was born to a very musical family and learned to play keyboards and harmonica by ear. As a young man, he found a harmonica, took it apart and cleaned it, and learned to play it.  He enjoys the out-of-doors and played his harmonica on many scout outings.  John graduated from USU and spent his career working in electrical engineering, overseeing the installation of scoreboards and video message centers.  Now retired, he serves at the Logan Family Search Library and as a driver for Meals on Wheels.

Wednesday, June 26th at 12 Noon
Campbell Family Program: 
Musical Variety

Amy Campbell Nielson
Ryan Campbell
Ryan Campbell and Amy Campbell Nielson will be performing musical selections that crosses multiple genres including classical, contemporary, and folk.  Ryan will be playing the piano and violin, and Amy will be joining him primarily with voice and piano.   Both are from Logan and have spent years developing and performing their individual instruments.  Ryan works at Campbell Scientific as an application engineer; Amy just left her post as an adjunct faculty at Virginia Military Institute, teaching in their Physical Education Department.  

Thursday, June 27 at 12 Noon
Karla Axtell: Organ & Piano
Karla Axtell
Karla Axtell has performed in the Logan Tabernacle numerous times and will be playing piano and organ works from many composers including Widor, Bach, Pachelbel, Rachmaninov, Harmon, Burkhardt, and Kasen.  Karla began playing the organ as a church organist.  Her love for the organ then grew and she began studying more serious works.  She traveled to Italy in 2011 with the USU University Choirs where she accompanied the choirs at the organ in various cathedral performances.  She is currently studying organ with Lynn Thomas. Karla received her bachelor of music degree with piano emphasis from Utah State University studying under Gary Amano and Dennis Hirst.  She taught piano for many years, accompanied the Cache Children’s Cantate Choir, and has served as accompanist for numerous community events and soloists.  She is currently a rehearsal accompanist for the American Festival Chorus under the direction of Craig Jessop.  Click on Karla's name above in RED to see her website.

Friday June 28th at 12 Noon

The Old Lyric Repertory Company will preview some of this year’s theatre productions. Click on Theatre name above in RED to see their website.

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