Clint Hughes here with an update for the Logos Benefit Project. Hopefully everyone’s calendars are marked for April 21st, 2 pm, Church of the Nazarene. The Logos Beethoven Benefit Concert is full steam ahead. In some last minute schedule changing at Gonzaga University, Timothy Westerhaus was forced to cancel the Beethoven Benefit. Although we were excited to have him here in Moscow, we understand his decision, and wish to express our thanks and appreciation for his initial commitment, and hope to have him grace a future Logos concert. The huge silver lining in this is that in the 11th hour, our very own John Ahern has agreed to step up and learn and perform the finale! What a huge undertaking, but if anyone can do it, it is John Ahern. You are in for a real treat as he performs the 1st movement of Beethoven’s Waldstein piano sonata, and now, the mighty Chorale Fantasie! Click over to the website www.logosbenefit.blogspot.com on the “performance” page to read his bio, and if you see him around town, please join us in thanking and encouraging him for coming through for the concert. Also, on that same performance page, check out the latest video of Dr. Erb explaining the concert and the philosophy behind it. You can also click here: https://vimeo.com/38704120.
On another note (pardon the pun), we are still looking for a few strings and clarinets for the Benefit orchestra. If you, or someone you know has classical training, and would like to audition, please contact Dr. Erb at email@example.com.
Please continue to lift the Benefit Project up in your prayers, and help get the word out about the various pledges. You will be receiving the pledge cards very shortly, and if you wanted to mail a few to relatives, that would be great as well, as there will be extras.
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