BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Clipper Staff Writer
KAYSVILLE — The Davis Arts Council’s chamber music concert series is heading to Broadway.
Itsfinal show of the season, a “Lite Nite of Chamber Music,” will be held May 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Kaysville Tabernacle. The concert will feature several humorous songs from Broadway hits such as “Wicked,” “Into the Woods,” “Camelot,” and more. The Celtic jazz ensemble Synkofa and members of the Flautissimo flute choir will also perform.
The concert will highlight some well-known Off- Broadway musicals, including “Lucky Stiff.” Local singers Dave Marsden, Blaine Hickman,КJana Plowman, Lindsay Hickman and Melinda Taylor will help bring the songs to life.
Synkofa, which plays music from several different regions of the world, mixes guitars into the normal collection of stringed instruments. When Mark and Helen Watts join the group onstage, fiddles will also be added to the mix.
Flautissimo, under the direction of Lorinda Atwater, will perform a piece where the different movements reflect a father spending a day with his children. The movements are named after the activities, such as “Sugar Buzz,” “Where’s My Cape?” and “Of Course I Can Fly.”
The chamber music concert series runs September through May at the Kaysville Tabernacle. Davis Arts Council officials created the series as a compliment to their summer concert series at the Ed Kenley Amphitheater in Layton.
The tabernacle is located at 198 W. Center Street in Kaysville. For more information about the concert or the entire series, visit davisarts.org.