The Branson Regional Arts Council and First Presbyterian Church Branson are proud to announce three more exciting concert events at the Old Stone Church in Branson, Missouri. These Community Concerts are presented free of charge, and the public is invited and encouraged to bring friends. The Old Stone Church is located at Fourth and Pacific Streets, next to First Presbyterian Church of Branson. Mark these dates on your calendars and make the most of these free community concerts!
The Colliers in Concert
Place: The Old Stone Church
Time: Sunday, April 23, 2017 – 2:00pm
An amazingly talented family, the Colliers (Jenni, Eliya and Steve), will present an eclectic afternoon of music. They will energetically present several original pieces and some cover songs in their own wonderful style. The afternoon promises to be a concert of musical excellence and toe-tapping delight.
Clara Christian and the Clara Christian Piano Studio
Place: The Old Stone Church
Time: Saturday, April 29, 2017 – 2:00pm
Clara Christian, Piano Professor at the College of the Ozarks, and the students from her studio will perform classical piano compositions including selections by Bach, Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Liszt.
Clara has given solo recitals throughout North America as well as in St. Petersburg, Russia.
She has performed at venues such as the Chicago Cultural Center and played on the “Jaani Kirik” (St. John’s Church) Recital Series in St. Petersburg and the Fourth Presbyterian Church concert series in Chicago.
She has served as the rehearsal accompanist for the Chicago Master Singers, and performs frequently as a collaborative artist.
Come, sit back and relax in the intimate setting of the Old Stone Church and enjoy an afternoon of beautiful music.
The Branson Chorale – Gregg Busch, Director
Place: Main Sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church
Time: Sunday, April 30, 2017 – 7:00pm
This program entitled “Alway Something Sings – A Celebration of Choral Music,” will be presented by this Branson based Chorale of forty talented participants.
The program will feature songs by Whitacre, Forrest, and Beethoven, to name a few of the composers. This promises to be a memorable experience and an amazing concert.
The Branson Regional Arts Council was founded in 1965 as the “Taney Arts Council,” and officially established 501 (c)(3) non-profit status as “Branson Arts Council, Inc.” in 1993.
Our mission is “to provide artistic, cultural and educational opportunities that support, strengthen and enhance artistic experiences for people of all ages in our area.”
Financial support is provided by BRAC members, theatre patrons, private donors, as well as additional grant support from the Missouri Arts Council, City of Branson, and other organizations.
BRAC, PO Box 2004, Branson, MO 65615