The holiday parades may be all over for a while, but you can still hear a lot of beautiful music at the Logan Tabernacle this summer. General Director Gary Poore says the Noon Music at the Tabernacle series has featured some amazing talent so far this summer, including acclaimed local group Fry Street Quartet, who performed Friday, July 6. The concerts are coordinated and sponsored by Cache Community Connections.
Performers from the Lyric Repertory Company have performed recently and artists from Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre will perform numbers from the 2018 season on Monday, July 9th.
On Saturday, July 14th, Poore says there will be a special evening concert by the Salt Lake Letter Carriers Band. Organized in 1924, the band is the largest among the remaining Letter Carrier bands across the country. The concerts happen every weekday at 12 noon, even on holidays.
“We’ve got Dad’s Ranch Hands Band from Avon, that will be performing on the 24th of July,” Poore explains, “which I thought was appropriate to have a good ‘ol country group that’s going to be performing on Pioneer Day.”
He says the concerts go on until August 10th when there will be a special encore program.
For more information about the concerts at the Logan Tabernacle, visit logantabernacle.com.