Friday, July 12, 2013

Week SEVEN 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 July 15th at 12 Noon 
 Click on name in RED for a link to their website.

Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre
Singers and instrumentalists will perform their favorite  music in addition to previewing the upcoming UFOMT season.  You can lick on performers names in RED for additional information.

Christine Capsuto
Siyong Chang
Vince Wallis
Cameron Conrad
Rebecca Lee Farrell

Tuesday July 16th at 12 Noon    

Carol Bentley's Harps

Five of Carolyn Bentley’s harp students will present a musical variety program that includes classical, folk, and pop --- solo or ensemble.  It will be a treasury of fun, formal, funky and fabulous with a little Gretchaninoff , Grandjany, Joplin, Cohen, and Paul Simon.  These harpists are Sasha Murray Beorchia, Christine Altom, Katie Anderson, Samantha Loosli, and Elise Idso. 

Sasha Murray Beorchia

Sasha Murray Beorchia has her bachelor’s degree in Health Education from USU. Her husband is finishing his degree in Business at USU. She has performed with the Cache Valley Orchestra.

Christine Altom

Christine Altom is married with three children and manages to squeeze in her harp practicing and performing. She has performed with the Cache Valley Orchestra.

Katie Anderson


Katie Anderson, has been active in sports and is a skilled harpist, and enjoys her group of friends.  

Samantha Loosli
Samantha Loosli is a fine athlete and has performed well on several teams. Samantha is a fast learner and a serious harp student.

Elise Idso

Elise Idso is artistic and creative. She is a gifted composer of her own pieces for the harp.

Instructor Carolyn Bentley has performed with the BYU symphony, the Utah Valley Symphony, the Utah Valley Opera, Idaho State Symphony, and the Idaho Falls Symphony, as well as musical groups here at USU and in Cache Valley. She studied the Paraguayan harp when she and her husband lived in Lima, Peru.

Wednesday July 17th at 12 Noon

The RED Trio  (String Ensemble)
The RED Trio

The RED Trio is made up of violist Raymond Li, cellist Emma Cardon, and violinist David Kim, all 14 years of age.  The trio will perform a wide variety of music including baroque, classical, opera, ragtime, folk, surprise, and commentary. Their performances include the Utah State University “Grand Gala”, Christmas & Summer Concerts at the Logan Tabernacle, Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre Green Show, "Logan's Rising Stars" Concert, several American String Teacher Association (ASTA) conferences and recitals, and other civic groups.  The Trio is coached by Claire Cardon.

Raymond Li, violist, competed in the Cache Valley ASTA Festival in 2012 and 2013, and was selected to play solos at the Honors Recitals both years.  He also played with the Bridgerland Honors Orchestra this year. 

Emma Cardon, cellist, has received Superior ratings on solos at the Cache Valley ASTA Festival, and has been chosen to perform on the Honors Recitals each year.

David Kim, violinist, has participated in the Cache Valley ASTA Competition every year since 2005, and was selected to perform at the Honors Recitals each year.  This year David auditioned and placed as Concertmaster of the Bridgerland Honors Orchestra.

Thursday July 18th 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.

Friday July 19th at 12 Noon
Click on name in RED for a link to their website.

The Cinnamon Creek Folk Singers are a group of twelve women from Northern Utah who for twenty years have arranged, performed, and shared their love for traditional Western Pioneer, Railroad, and American folk songs. The group was created to preserve and promote the national and regional folk music heritage.  Traditional instruments are used during their programs and the group uses authentic and original arrangements. Stories and journal entries are used during the program to bring to life Western Pioneer history from a woman’s perspective. Railroad songs, religious hymns, western migration songs, and traditional folk music are performed by women who wear traditional costumes representative of the American West in the late 1800’s.   
These folk singers include director Ronda Shaffer, Janet Hunt, Diane Erickson, Annette Barber, Pam Bench, Angela Daugherty, Diane Dunn, Kaye Jacobsen, Tere Moore, Janice Toyn, Eleanor Wellings, Merrilee Wells, and Becky Whittier.   
The group has produced three CD’s entitled: “Pieces of Folk”, “A Cinnamon Creek Christmas”, and “Simple Gifts of Hymns”. For more information about the singers, to book performances, or to purchase CD’s go to their web site

The Concert and Lecture Series is sponsored by  Cache Community Connections and is sponsored in part by the RAPZ TAX and the Cache Valley Radio Group .  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints allows free use of the tabernacle

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