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Lakeview Concert Series

Lakeview Concert Series

2019 Season

Welcome

Welcome to the  Lakeview Concert Series. We are excited to offer you a wide variety of musical experiences for your listening pleasure.

Lakeview Concert Series

Most of our events are paired with a dinner in Smoot Hall before the performance.  Dinner reservations must be made in the church office or online by 4 pm on Monday.  Cost is $6, payable at the door. Doors of Smoot Hall open for dinner at 5:30 pm.

Concerts begin at 6:30 pm in the Worship Center and last one hour with no intermission. Tickets are not required for our concerts but we do receive a free-will offering for all evening events

For more information or to make dinner reservations, please call the church office at 623-974-5821.

Dr. Priscilla Ordway Woodley

Dr. Priscilla Ordway Woodley, Director of Music – Lakeview United Methodist Church


May 23, 2019

Dinner and a Concert (Make your reservation here)

SoSco Duo Bridge Best of Our ValleySoSco

Exquisite sound, outstanding musicianship and inspiring performances are the hallmarks of the award-winning SoSco Duo. Known for their sensitive interpretations and polished presentation, SoSco duo has rapidly distinguished itself as one of the preeminent small ensembles.

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SoSco Duo (Laura Strickland, flute and Alex Mack, guitar) is a popular acoustic duo who has played over 250 performances at more than 50 venues since the inception of the group in 2014. Having both earned music degrees from top music schools, Laura and Alex are equally skilled at performing a wide range of styles including classical, contemporary, standard songs, Disney, Broadway favorites, jazz, folk, Spanish, Celtic and other world music.

Dinner Menu

$6.00 per person                                 


September 12, 2019

Dinner and a Concert (Make your reservation here)

MikeChambrlinThe Singing TV Guy

Mike Chamberlin has been singing as long as he’s been talking.

Musical parents influenced Mike at an early age and by the time he was in grade school, he was already performing. By high school, he was entrenched in Rock ‘N Roll music and signed by a record label.

Mike’s road to Rock ‘N Roll stardom took a left-hand turn when he was drafted into the U.S. Army. He served a tour of duty in Viet Nam and then resumed a music career that led to a gig as a radio DJ and eventually into TV news anchoring.

Dinner Menu

$6.00 per person                                 


October 17, 2019

Dinner and a Concert (Make your reservation here)

DryHeatBandDry Heat Band

Dry heat is a band from the northwest valley area of Phoenix, Arizona that performs a variety of music from Western, Country, Folk, Bluegrass, Old Standards and Gospel.  

Band members are: Tony Miller, Dave Brinkman, Carol Blackburn and Mike Blackburn

Listen to some of their music here

Dinner Menu

$6.00 per person