PRLog - Aug. 9, 2011 - LOGAN, Utah -- After a total of 58 noontime concerts, the 10th season of the popular noon concert series is now over. But an encore performance featuring highlights of the summer series will be given at the Logan High School auditorium this Friday at 7 p.m. Like the noon concerts themselves, the performance is free and open to the public.
Magician Richard Hatch will serve as MC
Among those currently scheduled for Friday's program are pianist Heather Hopkins, the Quintessence Quintet (Dan Stowell—Clarinet, Warren Barton—Bassoon, Ally Baily—Flute, Brand Henrie—Horn, and Kellie Richardson—Oboe)
Kristalee Anderson, Taylee King, Cole Fronk (with pianist Leslie Moon), Dana Slabaugh (with pianist Linda Smith), Sarah Jacobs Huff, and Mark Gibbons, the Kingsmen Barbershop Quartet (Jerry Clark, John Brenchley, Clyde Anderson, Terry Wright), pianist Camille Jensen, the Hi Falutin’Flutes (Traci Boston, Jo Hays, Karen Teuscher, Allyson Bailey, Eva Wilczlynski)
This is the tenth season for the noon concert series, organized by Lucille Hansen on behalf of Cache Community Connections since their inception. The programs are intended to promote understanding and respect among the diverse cultures of our community through the presentation of cultural programs and events of common interest. This year only the first 10 concerts were presented at the series home, the Logan Tabernacle. Due to construction at the Tabernacle, the remainder of the series this year was held in the Logan High School auditorium, allowing for some performances that would not have been possible at the Tabernacle on this years season. For more information on Cache Community Connections, please visit their website at http://cachecommunityconnections.com
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Cache Community Connection’s purpose is to respond to the essential interconnectedness of all Cache Valley’s residents by promoting unity with diversity through understanding. CCC brings diverse religious and civic leaders together in honest dialog where we can speak and be listened to in a frank and safe environment.