Two special events are planned for the weekend of April 21st - 22nd, 2018.
First Presbyterian Church of Verona, NJ will present two Sacred Choral Workshop Sessions with world-renown composer, pianist, and conductor, Joseph M. Martin on Saturday, April 21st at 9:00 am and 1:00 pm and a Secular Community Concert with Joe and his wife, Sue Martin on Sunday, April 22nd at 3:00 pm.
Recognized throughout the United States for his many choral compositions, both sacred and secular, Joseph’s music is published by numerous publishing houses. Over 2,000 compositions are currently in print, and the list continues to grow. His music can be heard in such diverse locations as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City; Constitution Hall in Washington, DC; the Lawrence Welk Theatre in Branson, Missouri; St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City; and in hundreds of worship services in churches across the United States and Canada. He continues to surprise audiences with the variety and scope of his compositions and arrangements.
Sue Martin has sung for millions of people as a member of the “Voices of Liberty” at Epcot Center. She has appeared in numerous musicals and shows including The Music Man, A Little Night Music, It’s a Grand Night For Singing, Phantom of the Opera, and many others. She has sung at The White House, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and numerous churches and concert halls across the country. She was a featured performer on the inaugural cruises of the Disney Cruise Line and is perhaps most recognized for her portrayal as Ariel from The Little Mermaid for the stage show version of this Disney classic.
For Choral Workshop registration form and fees and Community Concert information, please see attached brochure.
Space is limited! If you are interested in attending, please send in your registration form and check or money order at your earliest convenience.
Registration fees go up after March 20th.
A reception will follow the Community Concert performance on Sunday.
A donation of $10 is suggested at the door.
Both events will be held at:
First Presbyterian Church of Verona