Clive Rom­ney to per­form at free con­cert on Jan. 4


Clive Rom­ney will per­form at the Springville Se­nior Cen­ter, 65 E. 200 South, Springville, on Wed­nes­day, Jan. 4, 2017, at 6 p.m. All are in­vited and there is no charge for ad­mis­sion.

Clive Rom­ney wears many hats - as an or­ga­nizer, he is ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of Utah Pi­o­neer Her­itage Arts and serves on the board of direc­tors for the Utah Arts Coun­cil and the Dig­i­tal Me­dia Ad­vi­sory Board for Utah Val­ley Univer­sity.

As a record­ing pro­ducer, he has pro­duced more than 130 al­bums and thou­sands of other record­ings, jin­gles, demos, theme songs and A/V sound­tracks en­gi­neered in his Pitch­fork Stu­dio. He is cur­rently pro­duc­ing 30 Legacy Se­ries Art Books/CDs for Utah Pi­o­neer Her­itage Arts.

As a com­poser and song­writer, he has more than 500 pub­lished works. He wrote the lyrics for the “Swan Princess” an­i­mated films II and III and for the forth­com­ing “Princess Christ­mas” film, the mu­sic and lyrics for “Over the Edge of the Grand Canyon” (com­mis­sioned by the Na­tional Parks Ser­vice), mu­sic for the new Nau­voo Vis­i­tors Cen­ter show “High Hopes and River­boats” and more. Rom­ney also scored and wrote the theme song for the doc­u­men­tary film “The Jon­athan Heaton Springville Ju­nior High School of the box. Austin was nom­i­nated by for­mer Story” and nar­rated an­other doc­u­men­tary. ninth-graders Kate South­ern and Austin teacher Adri­enne Mur­ray. She writes, As a teacher, he has taught song­writ­ing Ewell re­ceived the Springville Mayor’s “Austin is an amaz­ing young man who and mu­sic busi­ness classes at Brigham Recog­ni­tion Award at Novem­ber’s brings joy to the peo­ple he in­ter­acts with. Young Univer­sity as well as gui­tar, song­writ­ing Springville City Coun­cil meet­ing. Both He is charis­matic, friendly, out­go­ing, kind and ar­rang­ing for Salt Lake Com­mu­nity stu­dents are ex­cel­lent ex­am­ples in reach­ing and thought­ful.... Austin is will­ing he help Col­lege and the Univer­sity of Utah out and mak­ing a dif­fer­ence in other’s ev­ery­one.” Ex­ten­sion Di­vi­sion. lives. We are so grate­ful for these stu­dents’ As a per­former, he has more than 4,700

Kate was nom­i­nated by SJHS Dean of ex­am­ples and con­grat­u­late their par­ents per­for­mances to his credit, both solo and Stu­dents Shauna Shep­herd for her role as well: Janelle and Michael South­ern and with the groups Enoch Train, Ca­boose, in es­tab­lish­ing a “Bully Box” at SJHS Al­li­son and Wayne Ewell. Nom­i­na­tions Will­ingly, Grouse Creek Lily and other en­sem­bles. to help ad­dress con­cerns stu­dents might for Mayor’s Recog­ni­tion Awards may be He plays gui­tar, bass, man­dolin, have. Kate helped cre­ate posters and announcements made at:­or­banjo, ac­cor­dion, per­cus­sion, dam tranh, so stu­dents would be awar­ere­cog­ni­tion-award/. bodhran and var­i­ous other eth­nic in­stru­ments and “just enough pi­ano to get into trou­ble.”

As a sto­ry­teller, he is a pas­sion­ate pur­veyor of pi­o­neer por­tray­als in story and song with a sto­ry­telling DVD ti­tled “Sto­ries from the Mor­mon Pi­o­neer Na­tional Her­itage Area.” He re­cently was a fea­tured teller at the Tim­pano­gos Sto­ry­telling Fes­ti­val, the Old Capi­tol Arts and Liv­ing His­tory Fes­ti­val and the Pan­gui­tch Lake Fall Fes­ti­val.

As a record­ing artist, he has two al­bums on Her­itage Arts Record­ings: “What I See” and “Set in Stone,” the lat­ter with his band Will­ingly.

Springville Ju­nior High School stu­dents Kate South­ern and Austin Ewell are shown with Springville City Coun­cil­man Ja­son Miller. The two stu­dents were pre­sented with Mayor’s Recog­ni­tion Awards at a city coun­cil meet­ing in Novem­ber.

Clive Rom­ney

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