Crystal Hobbs will accompany on the flute.
Shem Hale has been the principal clarinetist in the Wind Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra at Utah State University for the past two years. Shem is studying Computer Science and Music Performance.
David Ban, 11, won first prize in the Weber State Piano Festival. He has participated in the USU Piano Festivals and won top prizes.
Kermit Herd 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 in a variety of venues and roles throughout the country.
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.
John Waldron found a harmonica while a young man, took it apart and cleaned it, and learned to play it. He has played his harmonica on many scout outings. John graduated from USU and spent a career working in electrical engineering.
Celeste Carruth performed solo with the Cache Chamber Orchestra in 2007. She has given solo, orchestral, and chamber performances in several states. As an student at the University of Michigan, she held positions in the Dearborn Symphony, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, and the University Symphony Orchestra. Recently she graduated with degrees in physics and violin performance from the University of Michigan.
Trenton H. Chang, 15 year-old Pianist, has received many awards for his participation in various competitions such as the USU Piano Festivals each year. In 2010, he was invited to perform the entire Mozart concerto No.23, and in 2012, he appeared on NPR’s “From the Top”.
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The Concert and Lecture Series is sponsored by Cache Community Connections and is sponsored in part by the RAPZ TAX. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints allows free use of the Historic Tabernacle.