Tuesday, April 30, 2013

NOON MUSIC SERIES June 3 through August 9th

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There are two more Logan Tabernacle Concerts planned for the month of MAY.  The Westminster Handbell Choir will perform on Saturday May 18th at 7pm.  An Organ Festival is planned for Friday May 24th at 7pm.  Click here for prior post with more info. Also plan to join us THIS SUMMER at the Logan Tabernacle for summer musical experiences at NOON in DOWNTOWN LOGAN!

The dates for Noon Music at the Tabernacle will be from June 3rd-August 9th, 2013.  Concerts are Mondays through Fridays at 12 Noon and all concerts are FREE to the public.    There will be NO concerts on June 12-14 as that is when SUMMERFEST activities will be  on the Tabernacle grounds. The Tabernacle building will be closed. 


By May 25, the plan is to have the daily schedule of performances on this blog so you can download a copy for your own.  Flyers of the schedule will be placed at the CACHE VALLEY VISITOR BUREAU, several Motels and businesses around town, and will be handed out at SUMMER CITIZEN ORIENTATION on May 30th.  You will also be able to pick up a schedules in the Logan Tabernacle on the first day of performances which is Monday, June 3rd. Each week, the HERALD JOURNAL will have information in the HAPPENINGS section of the newspaper and on Friday, the CACHE MAGAZINE will give the list of performers for the next week


We are excited for the performances this year.  Members from UTAH FESTIVAL OPERA & MUSICAL THEATRE will perform on Mondays starting June 10th.  Other popular regulars will be the OLD LYRIC THEATRE members (4 times) Corey Christiansen, Lightwood Duo, FryStreet Quartet, and Banjoman & Co. among several other favorites.  There will also be new performers joining our repertoire for the summer. 

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.