On Saturday evening at 7:00 pm, join us for Havdalah and a Concert. On July 4th Kristin Hayes, D.M. and Josh Pepper will perform a concert an all-American program, in
On Saturday evening at 7:00 pm, join us for Havdalah and a Concert. On July 4th Kristin Hayes, D.M. and Josh Pepper will perform a concert an all-American program, in honor of the holiday.
Kristin Hayes, D.M., currently teaches flute and coaches the woodwind ensembles at St. Mary’s University, and serves as the Flute Choir Director and Woodwind Instructor for the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio. An active performer and clinician, Dr. Hayes has performed and presented at various festivals and conventions, including the National Flute Association Convention, MTNA National Convention, Mid-South Flute Festival, and the Florida Flute Association Convention. Locally, she performs with Sonido Barroco, the San Antonio Recorder Quartet, and the Peterson/Hayes Duo. She has also performed and held masterclasses at various institutions throughout North and Central America, and she frequently serves as adjudicator for local, state, regional, and national competitions, including the NFA Young Artist Competition, the Texas Music Teacher’s Association’s (TMTA) Woodwind Competitions, and the Music Teacher’s National Association (MTNA) Woodwind Competitions. Dr. Hayes has also served on the NFA Pedagogy Committee, the NFA New Music Committee, and as Assistant Coordinator for the NFA Young Artist Competition.
Josh Pepper is a skilled free-lance performer and educator in San Antonio, and the director of music at Covenant Presbyterian Church. Mr. Pepper graduated with piano performance degrees from Tennessee Tech University (BM) and Louisiana State University (MM). He has worked with regional opera companies all over the country, including Des Moines, Pensacola, and Shreveport, as a rehearsal pianist and opera outreach music director. Mr. Pepper burst onto the local arts scene with multiple keyboard and musical interests. Recently, he performed an early Mozart concerto on harpsichord with Sonido Barroco, and was last seen “in the pit” with The Public’s production of Mary Poppins. As a local music director, he has performed several full length productions at many of San Antonio’s fine theatrical venues. Mr. Pepper also teaches a bustling studio of talented private piano students, ages 6 and up.
This concert is made possible by the Jean and Jesse Wulfe Religious Enhancement Fund.
(Saturday) 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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