Fine Arts Concerts at St. Thomas
St. Thomas is pleased to provide concerts for the church and community, featuring quality soloists or ensembles. We strive for excellence and variety in our choice of performers, and on most occasions will ask only for a door offering. For an extra blessing, take the opportunity to invite a neighbor or co-worker to enjoy a concert with you, and give the gift of music to someone else.
Concerts for 2015
Tuesday December 8, at 7 PM
Ray Reach and the “Little Big Band”
Jazz Vocalist Lindsey Benedict
Ray Reach, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, is a pianist, vocalist and educator, now serving as Director of Student Jazz Programs for the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. In addition, he is an accomplished guitarist, arranger, composer, conductor and music producer. He is known and respected for his work in Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, R & B, Soul, Motown, Classical and Jazz, and is perhaps best known for his work in the Jazz idiom. Ray has produced for and/or recorded and performed with such luminaries as: trumpeter Clark Terry, trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, singer Natalie Cole, the Auburn Knights Orchestra, the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, the Lawrence Welk Orchestra, and many others.
Lindsey Benedict is a Nashville based singer, known for her versatile voice and adventurous repertoire, which spans such genres as jazz, blues and gospel. A thoroughly engaging and polished performer, Lindsey has captivated audiences time and again with her soaring range, vocal agility and jazzy blues tone. Her current release, Jazz is Heaven, is firmly planted in the big band jazz tradition, yet delivers a fresh and current jazz sound all her own. Also a ballroom dancer, Lindsey incorporates dance features and lessons into her concerts making each performance an unforgettable experience, perfect for a variety of venues and events.
A Ticket Is Required for “A Swinging Christmas”
Tickets are available at…
St. Thomas Church Office, The Pineapple, The Medicine Shop, McFerrin Jewelry
St. Thomas members & concert patrons contact the church office for a special ticket offer.
Volunteers are always appreciated and needed to help with facilities set up, hosting performers, and providing refreshments. Call (334) 382-8914 or send us your contact information by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
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A contribution of any amount will be appreciated.
Make checks payable to: St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Memo: Fine Arts Concert Series (All monies are tax deductible)
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