The Chelsea First United Methodist Community Concert Series is a FREE Community Concert program.
All are welcome to this free, family friendly community concert series!
2019/20 Concert Series:
Sunday, October 6, 2019 - 3pm “Mark Loring and Friends Concert”
Mark Loring, Piano and Organ
Brian Brill, Piano
Kyle Webber, Organ
Jim Otto and the Liberty Brass Ensemble
The Chelsea First United Methodist
Church String Ensemble
Eric Loring, Electric Guitar
Sunday, December 8, 2019 - 3pm & 7pm
“Hometown Holiday” Concerts
A Holiday Tradition! The Chelsea First United Methodist Church Choir will combine forces with the Chelsea high School Choirs, Chelsea High School Symphony Orchestra, and the Chelsea Chamber Players.
Sunday, March 1, 2020 - 3pm – “Dianne Penning”, Coloratura
“The radiant voice of Diane Penning” has been described as “clear and free flying with gorgeous top notes.” As a coloratura soprano equally at home in standards, musical theatre and opera. Penning also possesses a genuine, warm and engaging stage presence that has endeared her to over 30 symphony pops orchestra audiences, including the Grant Park Music Festival, Phoenix, Greensboro, Grand Rapids, Pensacola, Las Cruces and Tacoma symphonies, and many others throughout North America.
Special Night - Saturday, May 2, 2020 - 7pm sounding light choir with the Stone Sound Collective
The glorious voices of sounding light offer an uplifting program that carries a message of resilience, renewal, and rebirth. The inspiring music of J.S. Bach, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Moses Hogan, Craig Hella Johnson, Abbie Betinis, and Tom Trenney alongside beloved hymns, spirituals, and folk songs promises to lift our spirits, revive our souls, and restore our hope.
Stone Sound Collective unites diverse musicians and instruments to create a new global soundscape. Led by composer/multi-percussionist Mark Stone, the group brings together celebrated world percussion traditions of Africa and India with the lyricism of cello and saxophone. Stone Sound Collective performs new music drawing on Stone's wide-ranging compositional influences, stretching from American jazz to traditional African music and classical Indian music to European concert music.