Concerts & Tickets
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
2000 Shepherds Lane
Adult – $20
Youth (18 & Under) – $10
Saturday, November 13, 2021, 2:30pm
In Peace and Joy
Join us for a program featuring a variety of musical styles combined to express some of our deepest feelings. Experience both the inner sense of peace and outward expression of joy that this marvelous music evokes in all of us.
Here is a selection of what else you can expect…
“Nearer, My God, to Thee”
“How Can I Keep from Singing”
“Only in Sleep”
“A Jubilant Song”
“The Lord Bless you and Keep You”
“Prelude to Peace”
“Ye Shall Go Out With Joy”
About Our Special Guests
Tony Gibbs, Saxophonist
Tony has delighted audiences around the world with his virtuoso solos and sultry sounds. As part of the Rose-Gibbs Duo with his wife, pianist Benita Rose, they were top prize winners in the 2008 International Chamber Music and Ensembles Competition professional division, held in Boston. Tony performed with the U S. Coast Guard Band from 1980-2000 as soloist on concert tours and on National Public Radio and Radio Free Europe. He has performed for 4 U.S. presidents, at international saxophone symposiums, most recently for the North American Saxophone Alliance. Tony teaches at Abia Judd Elementary School, where he was “Teacher of the Year.” He holds degrees from Northwestern University and the University of Connecticut.
High Desert Ringers Handbell Choir
As special concert guests of the Camerata Chamber Singers, also under the direction of Jim Klein, the High Desert Ringers is a community bell choir, with members coming from 4 or 5 other choirs that exist in churches across Prescott. High Desert members are invited to join the choir by invitation based Jim’s knowledge of their skill
at the bells and/or their musicianship.
The choir at present has 11 members (Norma, Vonna, Betsy, Gayle, Eileen, Gene, Helen, Kellie, John, Katie, and Judy) plus Artistic Director Jim Klein. They use 5 octaves of bells ranging from C (3) below the base clef through C (8), 2 Cs above the treble clef (61 handbells) and 3 octaves (37) of choirchimes.
You are truly in for a musical treat!