Bring your friends and neighbors to this special violin and piano concert on Sunday, June 4, at 3:00 p.m. in our beautiful, historic sanctuary. A freewill financial offering will be received.
Brandin Kreuder plays the violin and has performed in orchestras and recitals around the USA and abroad. Brandin began violin at age 10 in the Burlington, WI, public schools. At age 14, he was accepted into the first violin section of the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra. Last summer, he spent two weeks performing in the chamber orchestra for the Franco American Vocal Academy (FAVA) in Périgueux, France. Brandin plans to continue working in both music and art and is currently attending graduate school at the University Of Miami Frost School Of Music.
Craig Jordan plays the piano and is a student at the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music, pursuing his Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance under the teaching of Dr. Catherine Kautsky. Originally from Ames, IA, he graduated from the Ballard Community School District in 2015. Craig has collaborated with many small and large ensembles including the Ballard choirs, the Iowa All-State Choir, soloists for the Wisconsin NATS competition, and is currently working as the pianist in a piano quartet at Lawrence. Craig studied at the Interharmony Music Festival in Arcidosso, Italy last summer. He has been broadcast on Iowa Public Television multiple times as the accompanist for the Iowa All-State Choirs, Runner-up for the Terrace Hill Piano Competition, and most recently as a finalist in the Bill Riley Talent Show at the Iowa State Fair.