Through its engaging and thought-provoking programs, branded by The New York Times as “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative,” the Aizuri Quartet has garnered critical acclaiming for bringing a “technical bravado and emotional power” to bold new commissions and masterpieces of the past.
See Aizuri Quartet perform at the CAC, January 22nd,2022.
New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis has forged a reputation as a musician of consummate artistry whose performances speak from and to the heart. She is the recipient of a 2021 Avery Fisher Career Grant and winner of the Grand Prize at the 2020 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition.
Join us at the CAC for live music from this talented violinist!
Empire Wild is a genre-bending, crossover trio founded by Ken Kubota, Brandon Ilaw, and Mitch Lyon. The three musicians met at Julliard and formed Empire Wild as a vehicle for their love of musical exploration – fusing the sounds of pop, folk, Broadway, and more into their songwriting and composition.
Come see Empire Wild at the CAC on September 26th.
On Sunday, October 31st at 4 pm, Christ Episcopal Church will host a concert! Join in-person or watch online at the church’s FB page. Music will be performed by Leon W. Couch III on piano and organ, Sheryl Goodnight on the flute, Gerald Nicholas as the soloist, as well as Lois Reiter and Sarah Mukaddasi the violinists. The event will also feature sing-a-long Pumpkin Carols. The concert benefits the Temple Literacy Council.
A $5 donation per person is appreciated for those attending in-person. To watch the concert online is free, but donations are appreciated and can be made online or by mail.
Music To Help Others Concert Series
Christ Episcopal Church in downtown Temple sponsors an ongoing series of enefit concerts to raise money for community charities. The concerts utilize the abundant number of professional and semi-raised thousands of dollars to help the homeless, food banks, medical clinics serving the poor, as well as children’s charities.