Stars of Tomorrow Perform ‘Music on the Hill’
Sunday - Feb. 23, 2020
Friendship Fellowship Unitarian Church
3115 Friendship Place
Suntree, FL 32955
For more information on Music on the Hill or tuition assistance for exceptionally talented young performers, visit CAFOB.org or call 321-604-0103.
The next generation of exceptionally talented performers can be heard during Music on the Hill, the Suntree concert series featuring rising musical stars. At 4:00 PM on Sunday, February 23, the public is invited to an afternoon of free music at Friendship Fellowship Unitarian Church, at 3115 Friendship Place in Suntree.
The program will feature four outstanding young musicians, including the saxophone playing brothers, 15-year-old Michael Rhodeman and sibling 13-year-old Marlin. The duo will play big band favorites from Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Duke Ellington. 21-year-old Tomas Lopez will perform on violin and guitar, “Melodie” by Tchaikovsky as well as his own arrangements. And 14-year-old Colleen Jordan will perform an art song by Reynaldo Hahn. In addition, the audience will be treated to a special guest performance of “A Jewish Medley,” by the Dick-Doc duo, featuring the violin and piano stylings of retired police officer Marshall Frank and Dr. Jay Barnhart. Singing a duet alongside her student Colleen Jordan, will be professional singer, soprano Amy Cofield. The two will sing, “Pie Jesu” by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Cofield, a well-known Central Florida soloist, will also sing an aria by Puccini. The program will feature music from various musical periods and composers, as well as a pencil and acrylic art demonstration by 14-year old Matthew Rhodeman, whose work will be available for purchase at the end of the program.
The concert is free, with a $10 donation suggested. Music on the Hill concerts are courtesy of a partnership between the Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Friendship Fellowship Unitarian Church and the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra. The non-profit Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard is dedicated to supporting exceptionally talented young performers through grants, tuition assistance and performance opportunities. For more information on Music on the Hill or tuition assistance for exceptionally talented young performers, visit CAFOB.org or call 321-604-0103.