Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Music for Violin and Organ

The SS. Peter and Paul Parish Concert Series (7685 Grandville) continues with Stacey Mason and Johnny Kash as they perform a concert for Violin and Organ. There is no admission charge and all are welcome! 

Stacey Mason
Stacey Mason is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music where she studied voice and violin and earned her Bachelor of Musical Arts Degree in Violin Performance and Communication. 

Ms. Mason is a violinist with The Birmingham/Bloomfield Symphony. She has also performed with the Plymouth Symphony and The Dearborn Symphony, as well as several small ensembles throughout Metropolitan Detroit. She was a vocal soloist with the Livonia Symphony, the Downriver Community Voices, and was recently featured with the Southern Great Lakes Symphony singing "Songs from The Auvergne" under the direction of Charles Greenwell

Ms. Mason has been a music educator for over 20 years and currently maintains a private violin studio. She is a liturgical musician, choir member, and cantor at St. Regis in Bloomfield Hills and is the Director of Music for the Chapel at St. John in Plymouth. More information can be found at www.staceymason.com.

Johnny Kash attended Wayne State University in Detroit, studying organ with Ray Ferguson and Gale Kramer. He earned a Bachelor of Music Degree in Organ Performance in 2000 and a Master of Music Degree in Organ Performance in 2005.

Mr. Kash has served as the Director of Music and Worship for Ss. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in the Warrendale neighborhood since 1999. In addition to overseeing the Music Ministry at Ss. Peter and Paul, he also coordinates their yearly concert series, which he founded four six ago, that showcases local, national, and international musicians. More information can be found at www.johnnykash.net.

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