Pianist, Alissa Freeman to perform May 18th
The Sunday Concert Series is featuring Alissa Freeman, pianist, at the Springville Museum of Art on May 18th, 2014. The concert, sponsored by the Springville Arts Commission, will be in the Grand Gallery at 4: 30 pm and is free to the public.
Alissa Freeman is proud to call herself a Springville resident. She is currently a sophomore in the Piano Performance Program at Brigham Young University where she studies under the direction of Dr. Scott Holden with both Academic and Music Scholarships. Alissa began playing the piano when she was eight years old, and has always had a great love for music. She has also played the violin for seven years. Alissa enjoys playing both solo and chamber piano music. She has collaborated with many musicians, including a piano quintet at BYU. Alissa loves sharing music with others, so she is constantly performing, learning new music, accompanying, and teaching other musicians.
Alissa has received recognition in various piano competitions throughout Utah including Honorable Mentions in various MTNA and UMTA competitions, and First Prize in the piano division of the BYU Concerto Competition. Alissa loves performing, and has performed concertos with the Springville High School Chamber Orchestra and the BYU Symphony Orchestra, and has performed in many recitals.
The series will take it’s annual break with no concerts in June or July. The 2014-2015 Sunday Concert Series will commence at the museum on Sunday, August 15th at 4: 30 p. m. featuring J. T. Hylton, a country western singer. September features Kalli Jackson, a young vocalist, who at age 11won the Scera Celebrity in Orem. The Consortium Ensemble, a seven voice male acapella group will appear in November and the Utah Valley Handbell Ringers will perform their wonderful traditional concert in December.
The Second Stage at Art City Days in June is looking for performers for Friday, June 13th and Saturday, June 14th. Please contact Ginny Ackerson at email@example.com for more information or if you would like to be a performer.