Kelli Brown to per­form as part of Con­cert Se­ries

Serve Daily - - BUILDING COMMUNITY - By Ginny Ack­er­son

Singer Kelli Brown will per­form on April 17 as part of the Sun­day Con­cert Se­ries at the Springville Mu­seum of Art. The con­cert will start at 4:30 p.m.and last for about an hour. Ad­mis­sion is free to the pub­lic.

Kelli Brown is from Delaware, Ohio, and is a life­long lover of vo­cal mu­sic. She is trained pri­mar­ily in clas­si­cal mu­sic but also loves show tunes. While still in Ohio, she sang with the Delaware Women’s Com­mu­nity Choir, per­formed with the Dublin Com­mu­nity The­ater and sang with the Cloak and Dag­ger Din­ner The­ater. Brown also plays the gui­tar and en­joys teach­ing. She is a wife and mother of three chil­dren and is cur­rently fin­ish­ing her col­lege de­gree in art ed­u­ca­tion at Brigham Young Univer­sity.

On May 15, the fea­tured artist will be Springville’s own Shel­don Boone. She grad­u­ated from Merit Academy and is cur­rently at­tend­ing BYU-Idaho. Singing very loudly in the car is one of the hob­bies of new­ly­wed Shel­don Boone. She also en­joys cook­ing, trav­el­ing and per­form­ing in mu­si­cal the­ater. Last sum­mer she cel­e­brated her Off-Broad­way de­but in New York City play­ing a sup­port­ing role in a new and up­com­ing mu­si­cal.

Al­though she has won sev­eral awards, she lists “The girl most likely to hug a cow” as her fa­vorite. Af­ter grad­u­at­ing from BYU-Idaho, she plans to re­turn to the city that never sleeps to fol­low her dreams. She says, “It just goes to show that any­thing is pos­si­ble if you are will­ing to work for it.”

Mem­bers of Art City El­e­men­tary School’s Chess Club com­peted at the Utah State Chess Tour­na­ment on March 13, with many mem­bers win­ning hon­ors at the con­test.

Kelli Brown

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