Friday, June 28, 2013

Week FIVE 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 1st 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. Also click on performers names in RED for additional information

Tony Carter

Tuesday, July 2nd at 12 Noon 

The Musselman Family

Musselman Boys
The Musselman family will share their love of music with a variety of music including classical, bluegrass, original compositions, and even some Elvis!  It will be a musical program full of fun for young and old, with a little magic!  The Musselman boys have played at gatherings of all kinds, including dances, church parties, competitions, and a wedding, and they will be performing at the Utah Arts Festival again this year with their band “Rock, Paper, Scissors”.  Josh plays the piano, sings, and does magic; Caden plays the guitar and sings; Oak plays the fiddle; and Bryton plays the shakers and sings.  Bring the family, and be prepared to laugh, clap, and tap your toes to some great music!  

Wednesday, July 3rd at 12 Noon
Willow Valley Singers and String Band
Willow Valley Singers and String 
Click on name in RED to see additional information
The Willow Valley Singers, who take their name from the pioneer era of Cache Valley, will present "A Tribute to the Blue and Grey" in honor of the 150th anniversary  of the Battle of Gettysburg that ended on July 3, 1863. The program will feature songs of the Civil War period such as The Bonnie Blue Flag, Battle Cry of Freedom, Home Sweet Home, When Johnnie Comes Marching Home, Yellow Rose of Texas, Two Brothers, and The Battle Hymn of the Republic. A spoken narrative will personalize the important features of the war that claimed over 360.000 lives. "'Taps' instituted during the Civil War, will be played on bugle by Trevor Teuscher, giving pause to reflect the losses that affected so many families of that era", says Bonnie Slade, Founder and Artistic Director of the Willow Valley Singers.  The Willow Valley String Band will also participate in performing folk music and a special rendition of the tender "Ashokan Farewell", remembered as the theme from the PBS Civil War series. 


 Thursday, July 4th at 12 Noon  

Chris Mortensen: Western Vocal
Chris Mortenson

Chris Mortensen is an experienced performer. Starting at age 14, he   played bass guitar and sang in many cover bands through the years, playing pop, classic rock, country, blues, and jazz. He has written over 50 songs to date. Some of his song lyrics and poems can be seen on  and some of his original songs can be heard on  If you like thoughtfully crafted lyrics put to music, you will enjoy the stories Chris shares through his songs.

Friday, July 5th at 12 Noon 
Lorisa Pulotu: Singer    Click on name in RED to see additional information.
Lorisa Pulotu
Lorisa Pulotu began piano lessons at ten and joined the school elementary choir, but it would still be several decades before she would realize her musical abilities.  When her daughter, Elora, was seven, Lorisa taught her to play piano and soon learned that her daughter was gifted musician.  Lorisa’s daughter and other mentors inspired her to study the art of music, singing, and performing.  Over a period of five years she began to train her voice on a daily basis. By the age of thirty-five Lorisa and her daughter were writing and performing music together. Over the years she and her daughter have performed in dozens of different settings.  Her Crimson Sky album includes songs with a contemporary beat, reflecting her love for life, and slower songs that imbue deep ethereal messages. Lorisa also plans to perform songs from her forthcoming country album.   Lorisa was the third child of eight in the Brazzeal family. At nineteen she moved to Hawaii and married a local Polynesian.  She attended Brigham Young University Hawaii, obtaining a degree in Home and Family Development and Early Childhood Education. She is the mother of five children and has a great love for family. She has been a teacher at Wee Friends Preschool for many years.

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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