Friday, August 3, 2012

Week TEN at the Logan Tabernacle

Zinnia planted on Tabernacle grounds.
For August 6- August 10, 2012

Last Week of Noon Music for the Summer!

for information on this week's performers. 
You can enlarge the magazine by clicking on it. 
You can also click on the Red names in this post for more information.

Monday August 6th at Noon

Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre

Dr. Michael Ballam and Gary Griffin
announcing the performers for the day.
Thank you to Barbara Day Turner, a Utah Festival Orchestra conductor.  Each week she sends me the performers for the coming week.  It is so appreciated.

Tuesday August 7th at Noon 

 Dr. Craig Jessop 

Dr. Craig Jessop, Professor of Music, is the newly appointed and founding Dean for the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University.  These appointments follow Dr. Jessop’s distinguished tenure as music director of the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Head of the Department of Music at Utah State.  He is the founder and Music Director of the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra.   It is the expectation that Dr Jessop will preview the St Matthew Passion to be performed Wednesday Evening, August 8th at the Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan, Utah.  He will be the conductor for this event.  Click here for tickets.

Wednesday August 8th at Noon
Logan Canyon Winds   

The Logan Canyon Winds was founded in 1991 as Utah State University¹s Faculty Woodwind Quintet. Quintet members are: Leslie Timmons, flute; Bonnie Schroeder, oboe; Nicholas Morrison, clarinet; Carolyn Bodily, bassoon; and Steven Park, horn.  They will be joined by the Caine Quintet, the top wind students in USU's department of music, all of whom receive scholarships from the Marie Eccles Caine Foundation--Russell Family.  

The program will include two compositions commissioned for the Logan Canyon Winds, one by USU faculty composer Thomas Rohrer. The other is Three Sacred Women by Jeff Scott, hornist with Imani Winds Preview performance commissioned by Wilford and Marjorie Gardner.

Thursday August 9th at Noon   
A Variety of Talent

Cache Bones - Trombone Choir
Organized by Melissa Denison, Cache Bones consists of Melissa, Justin and Allison Slack, Trina Dayley, John Chidester, Tom Rew, and Steven Boyd and David Hunter. They have all played trombone in high school and college and have continued on, in the case of John, for decades. The choir will play a variety of music including Haydn and other classical, pops and jazz. 

The Dunns
Adam, Aubrianne, and Emily Dunn are siblings who, though originally from the Salt Lake area, now call Cache Valley home.  This marks their first public musical performance singing together as a trio.  Their repertoire includes country, popular, and musical theatre.

David Ban
David Ban, age 10, will be a 5th grader at USU Edith Bowen Laboratory School in the fall.  He started piano and music theory at USU Youth Conservatory when he was 5.  He is currently a student of Professor Garry Amano and Brandon Lee.  

Friday August 10th at Noon 

This foundation is committed to fostering chinese culture for an American Audience. It's theme is "Promoting Peace and Hope in an Uncertain World."  Dr. B.C.Sun, economist and China Advisor is the founder or the Little Bloomsbury Foundation

Friday August 17th at 7pm in the Evening
Several performers from this summer's Noon Music will return for a wonderful evening of variety in instruments and song.  You won't want to miss this potpourri of talent.  Note that the concert is in the evening.  Come and enjoy!!

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  

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