Jenny Oaks Baker and Alexandria Sharpe to perform with American Festival Chorus and Orchestra


Cache Valley Fun (blog) has posted a nice write-up on the upcoming American Festival Chorus Christmas performances. Give it a read!

 

Cache Valley Fun

The American Festival Chorus and Orchestra will present its annual Christmas from the Ellen Eccles Theatre concert this Friday and Saturday in Logan. This year the concert will feature violinist Jenny Oaks Baker and singer Alexandria Sharpe.

“This year we have two guest artists,” said Craig Jessop, director of the American Festival Chorus. “We have Jenny Oaks Baker and she’s just outstanding. She’s a Utah girl, but lives and works in Washington, D.C. as a violinist. For many years she’s been a member of the National Symphony Orchestra. Soprano Alexandria Sharpe, she’s coming to us from Ireland. She was a member of the group called Celtic Woman and has traveled all over the world.”

Sharpe and Baker will perform with more than 300 musicians in front of a sold out crowd.

“The singers are all volunteers and are members of the community,” Jessop said. “The orchestra are professional players. We…

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About Ben Burt Sings

I am co-founder of the the Acafellas and Men's Acappella Chorus of Cache Valley @MensAcaChorusCV and I am also a Bass Singer in the American Festival Chorus http://bit.ly/pxJ13f @AmFestChorus http://bit.ly/tLymHN

Posted on December 4, 2012, in American Festival Chorus, Concert Announcements, Concerts and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks, Ben for finding this article!Ann— comment-reply@wordpress.com wrote:From: Ben Burt Sings <comment-reply@wordpress.com>To: drravioli@digis.netSubject: [New post] Jenny Oaks Baker and Alexandria Sharpe to perform with American Festival Chorus and OrchestraDate: Tue, 4 Dec 2012 17:14:09 +0000

    Ben Burt Sings posted: “Cache Valley Fun (blog) has posted a nice write-up on the upcoming American Festival Chorus Christmas performances. Give it a read!”

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