Friday, July 5, 2013

Week SIX 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 8th 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.  Click on Theatre name in RED to visit their website. Also click on performers names in RED for additional information

Douglas Brown, bassoon
Elana Cowen
Drew Ford, cello
Emma-Grace Dunbar
Andrea Oey, violin
Jacob Spjute

Tuesday July 9th at 12 Noon    Change from Printed Schedule

Mark Gibbons

Mark Gibbons
Mark loves music and enjoys sharing his talent.  He has sung for various groups all over the Western United States.  As owner of a dairy Gibbons Brothers Dairy where 600 cows are milked each day, Mark can often be heard early in the morning serenading his cows!  He and his family grow Alfalfa, silage corn, wheat, and barley on 1200 acres.  Mark has three sons who work with him on the farm and for the Logan Fire Department.  He is very proud of his boys, their accomplishments, and their families.  He has been married for 40 years to his sweetheart Shanna.  Mark appreciates the opportunity to work with his boys and loves spending time with his nine grandchildren.  Mark is active in his church and community.  He is President of the Dairy Producers of Utah, President of the Governors Agriculture Advisory Board, and is involved with Western States Dairy Producers Trade Association, FFA Foundation Board and various other farm related committees.  He spends a lot of his time lobbying for farmers and trying to improve the future for the dairy industry and producers.  

Wednesday July 10th at 12 Noon
Click on name in RED for a link to their website.
The Relic Acoustic Band

The Relic Acoustic Band is a group of local musicians who perform easy listening, acoustic oldies.  These veteran musicians are Irv Nelson, Scott Olsen, and Steve Roberts.  They have over 100 years of performing experience between them. Relic is an appropriate name for the group... but don't let that scare you.  Their sound is fresh and their performance is entertaining.  With three guitars and three voices, they paint a musical landscape with their intricate harmonies. Their song list includes arrangements of favorites from the great artists of the 1960s and 1970s, such as The Beatles, The Eagles, James Taylor, Bread, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Kansas, and America --- songs that everyone remembers and loves from the “golden era” of popular music. Don’t miss this chance to witness an enjoyable program!  More information is available at  

Thursday July 11th at 12 Noon
Luke Hancock

For today's program, Luke will play selected piano masterpieces from Baroque, Classic, and Romantic Periods including Fourth Partita: Overture (Bach), Piano Sonata in Eb Minor, Op. 81 (Beethoven), Selected Etudes, Op. 10 (Chopin) and Spanish Rhapsody  (Liszt). 

In 2000, Luke began commuting to Logan for piano lessons with Professor Gary Amano.  As an undergraduate at Utah State University he won First Prize in every major state competition. He was a two-time winner of the USU Concerto Competition and has received other top awards including the Grand Junction National Concerto Competition.

Luke has taught numerous Theory, Aural Skills, and Keyboard Harmony courses to USU music majors. In 2007, Luke received his Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance and was honored with USU’s prestigious William E. Robins Talent of the Year Award. In 2010 he received a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance & Pedagogy.  Since 2008 he has directed the USU Summer Piano Clinic, a summer youth camp for aspiring pianists.  Luke is currently an adjunct faculty member for USU’s music and piano department and team-teaches with Professors Gary Amano and Dennis Hirst.

Friday July 12th at 12 Noon

Michelle Broadbent, Soprano

Michelle earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Utah State University, a Master of Music degree from Brigham Young University, and is currently a member of the voice faculty at BYU-Idaho. During her time at USU and BYU she received multiple scholarships and awards, including BYU Singer of the Year, concerto competition winner (at both universities), the Outstanding Opera Performance award, and appeared as soloist with the BYU Philharmonic Orchestra, and USU’s Symphony Orchestra.
Michelle has studied in Italy, as well as performing in Italy, England, Wales, Ireland, Russia, El Salvador and Guatemala.  She has most recently appeared in recital with Utah Opera, Opera Idaho, and in concert with the Idaho Falls Symphony.  Michelle possesses the ability to span styles and genres, delivering brilliant interpretations that will touch your hearts and lift your spirits.

July 13th at 7pm 

The Salt Lake City Letter Carriers Band were so popular when they camelast year that they have been invited to join us again in Logan.  Their concert will feature a wide range of music including popular marches and show tunes. This will be a great show for the whole Family to enjoy.  The band was organized in 1924 and now plays for the National Letter Carriers Conventions every other year. They were invited to play for the conventions in Hawaii, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, and many other States. 

Last year the band performed for 8,000 letter carriers at their national convention in Minneapolis. Today, under the direction of Steve Talbot and Allan Cook, the 38 volunteer musicians of the band continue the wonderful traditions that were established so many years ago.

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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