Braden Rymer

Braden Rymer per­forms for the Sun­day Con­cert Se­ries

Serve Daily - - COMMUNITY - By Ginny Ack­er­son for Serve Daily

SPRINGVILLE — Be­cause of in­clement weather, the Sun­day Con­cert Se­ries Fe­bru­ary con­cert was can­celed. Some of the artists were com­ing a long dis­tance from the north and I felt that it was pru­dent to keep them off of dan­ger­ous, snowy roads. We have resched­uled Rex Kocher­hans for the third Sun­day in Au­gust when we feel as­sured that there will be no snow can­cel­la­tions!

Sun­day, March 18th at 4:30 p.m. in the Springville Mu­seum of Art, Braden Rymer will per­form for the Sun­day Con­cert Se­ries. This con­cert is spon­sored by the Springville Arts Com­mis­sion and is free to the pub­lic.

Braden Rymer has a clas­si­cal, mu­si­cal the­ater, and choral reper­toire. Braden most re­cently per­formed in Hale Cen­ter The­ater's pro­duc­tion of Hello, Dolly! as Manny, Herr Sch­midt in the world pre­miere of The Lost Chil­dren of Hamelin with BYU Opera, Don Basil­lio in The Bar­ber of Seville and Sulpice in The Daugh­ter of the Reg­i­ment with BYU Opera Scenes.

Braden also per­formed with BYU Singers for the past two years as both a singer and ac­com­pa­nist and also sang in the BYU Men's Cho­rus. He has par­tic­i­pated in var­i­ous pro­fes­sional choral gigs with Bal­let West, Tuac­ahn, and Warner Brothers. Braden grew up in Maple­ton, UT and at­tended both Springville and Maple Moun­tain High School. He grad­u­ated from BYU with a Bach­e­lors in Mu­sic Ed­u­ca­tion and now teaches choir at Maple Moun­tain High School. Braden re­sides in Vine­yard, UT and en­joys con­tin­u­ally de­vel­op­ing his tal­ents as a singer, pi­anist, baker, and pho­tog­ra­pher.

On April 15th we will en­joy the mu­sic of Aspen Winds. This quin­tet con­sists of a flute, clar­inet, bas­soon, horn and oboe and has been en­thralling au­di­ences of all ages with their creative and in­no­va­tive pro­gram­ming since 2011. By spe­cial­iz­ing in ad­ven­tur­ous, yet ac­ces­si­ble, reper­toire along with beloved fa­vorites, Aspen Winds pro­vides a re­fresh­ing new way to love cham­ber mu­sic. In past sea­sons, un­con­ven­tional el­e­ments have in­cluded sto­ry­telling, cos­tumes, and/or in­clud­ing guest artists, to cre­ate a unique mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ence.

As par­ents and ed­u­ca­tors, the mem­bers of Aspen Winds are pas­sion­ate about en­ter­tain­ing and ed­u­cat­ing chil­dren through Mu­si­cal Outreach pro­grams, es­pe­cially in un­der-served ar­eas. They have been work­ing in con­junc­tion with the NOVA Cham­ber Mu­sic Con­cert Se­ries for the past three years, specif­i­cally per­form­ing for ju­nior high au­di­ences.

Braden Rymer

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