Elizabeth Anne Mall with Community Chamber Orchestra at Piotique Saturday in Clay Center

Presented By: Community Chamber Orchestra, LLC
Dates: September 30, 2017
Location: Clay County Courthouse
Address: 454 23rd Rd., Morganville, KS 67468
Phone: (785) 926-4725
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Price: free, but donations and purchases of CD's (with or without autographs) can be made to Elizabeth Anne Mall
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All ages are invited to join us for a free outdoor concert on the lawn of the Clay County Courthouse's west side during Clay Center's Piotique Festival on Sat., Sept. 30, 2017. The program will continue to celebrate the 20th year of Community Chamber Orchestra, with its unique mix of youth and adult musicians, joined by singer/songwriter Elizabeth Anne Mall of Street Lamp Records. Fun and entertaining pops songs by American 20th century composer LeRoy Anderson will also include Gary Beck on trumpet solo during "Trumpeter's Lullaby." Mall will sing other favorites "Summertime" by Gershwin and "Feeling Good" by Anthony Newly with the Orchestra. These will be performed in new arrangements by Joe Hasper created for this concert. She will also premiere her own arrangements of three original songs she has written in 2017. Mall grew up in Morganville and participated in Community Chamber Orchestra as a cellist and vocalist from elementary school onward. In 2011-2012 she co-wrote original music with her mother Dr. Anne Clark for the Orchestra's original children's musical "Ducktails," based on Janette Oke's children's book., and also participated in the performance on keyboard. Mall holds a bachelor degree in Music Ministry from College of the Ozarks. While pursuing a career as a singer/songwriter She she teaches studio piano, voice, and composing at the Kroc Salvation Army Center near Vacaville, California, and also directs the contemporary worship service there for a local Lutheran Church. Her husband Scott Mall is a pilot with the Air Force. Immediately following the concert Mall will sing the National Anthem to open the 2017 Piotique Parade. The audience can visit with Mall and the other musicians, purchase her original CD's and get them autographed, and make donations directly to her for her performance. There will also be a 1/2 price sale of the Orchestra's large collection of donated sheet music and music items available before and after the concert. In early Fall, what's not to like about this small town event in beautiful North Central Kansas, at the intersection of HWY 24 and HWY 15? Just be sure to bring a blanket or folding chairs for seating on the Courthouse lawn. More info: elizabethannemall.com or www.kansasmusic.net

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