The members range in age from 14 on up and for 39 years the Cache Community Band has been contrbuting to the cultural and artistic lifestyle of Cache Valley. On Monday, May 25th the Cache Community Band’s Wind Symphony will present the first in the 2015 Logan Tabernacle Summer Concert Series.
The series is hosted by Cache Community Connections, an inter-faith organization that came together after the 2001 terror attacks.
Committee chairman Gary Poore says a lot of people, including many Summer Citizens, attend the concerts which are held weekdays from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the Tabernacle. He says the Cache Community Band, now led by Dan Stowell, has become a premier musical organization. Poore says there will be a series of shows next week.
<span>”The second day we’re having five young musical prodigees that will be performing,” Poore explains. “There will be four pianists and one harpist. </span><span><span>On Wednesday</span></span><span> we will have USU string students. Students of two of the people who are in the Fry Street Quartet will be performing.</span>
<span>”Then Richard Hatch is going to do the </span><span><span>Thursday</span></span><span> program with his wife and son. He will be doing his magic and they do that with musical accompaniment. It’s a wonderful program. Then on Friday we’re going to have the Heart Strings which is a family of string players.”</span>
Among the later concerts are several by the Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company. <a href=”http://logantabernacle.blogspot.com/” target=”_blank”>The schedule</a> is on flyers circulated throughout the community.