Inc. 500’s No. 4 real estate firm to build new UVU and BYU student housing; Lehi to gain a residential and retail development.

Provo, Utah, Dec. 5, 2017Nelson Brothers, recently ranked No. 4 in real estate and No. 129 on the 36th annual Inc. 500, has acquired land in Utah County, where there is a housing shortage, with plans for new student housing projects near Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University, as well as a mixed-use residential facility in Lehi, Utah.

“With more and more students and families coming to Silicon Slopes for education and work, there’s never been a greater need for affordable housing options,” says Patrick Nelson, CEO of Nelson Brothers. Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate currently owns and manages 10 student housing communities in Utah, including University Gateway and University Towers at UVU and 9 and 9 and Park Plaza at BYU.

The multistate firm based in Provo and headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California, is developing  University Downs, a new student housing facility on six acres west of I-15 in Orem to serve UVU, the state’s largest university. This 1,200-bed facility will be comprised of one 10-story student housing tower with two adjacent six-story buildings, one of which will be dedicated exclusively to married couples, as well as a 10-story parking structure. University Downs will follow the shared student living quarters model with the exception of the tower for married couples, which will offer units that can accommodate a couple and small children. This facility will feature the resort-style amenities for which Nelson Brothers is known, including a full NCAA basketball court, indoor volleyball court, cinema room, soccer turf field, two pools, three hot tubs, bowling lanes and sand volleyball courts.

Nelson Brothers Construction has also announced plans to raze and rebuild the existing 9 and 9 student housing facility in Provo, within two minutes’ walking distance of BYU, in Spring 2018. It will also be updating amenities at the Park Plaza Apartments, across the street to the northeast of 9 and 9 in 2018.

Additionally, Nelson Brothers has announced the acquisition of 13 acres of land in Lehi, with plans to develop a mixed-use hotel, residential and retail facility.

Nelson Brothers’ recent announcements and Inc. 500 ranking reflect the company’s ongoing nationwide expansion trend, in which it’s realized a three-year sales growth of 3,111 percent for a total of $25.5 million in revenue. Thus far in 2017, the company has completed deals on eight properties with a combined value of $189 million. In 2016, Nelson Brothers closed on 10 properties, with $136 million in acquisitions. Overall, Nelson Brothers has grown the value of its portfolio more than 275 percent in the past two years alone.

“Being ranked among some of the finest companies in today’s economy is an incredible honor,” said Nelson, who studied business at BYU and received an MBA in entrepreneurship from Utah State University. “To even be considered for the Inc. 500, a company must show a minimum growth of 10-fold over the past three years.”

Since its inception in 2007, Nelson Brothers has acquired and managed over $800 million in assets through the acquisition of 35 student housing properties and three assisted living properties across 14 states.

For more information about Nelson Brothers, visit www.nelson-brothers.com.

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About Nelson Brothers

Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate LLC offers individual investors direct ownership interests in institutional quality and professionally managed real estate. The company, founded by brothers Patrick Nelson and Brian Nelson, focuses on targeted growth opportunities and value-added investments for its clients through capital improvements, cost efficiency and revenue maximization. Its entities include Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate LLC, Nelson Brothers Property Management Inc. and Nelson Brothers Construction Management LLC. Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate specializes in the acquisition, financing and ownership of real-estate investments in the niche areas of student housing.

SCERA’s Theatre for Young Audiences announces December 15 auditions for new world premiere musical “Little Red”

(Orem, Utah) – SCERA’s Indoor Season announces auditions for its Winter 2018 Theatre for Young Audiences production of “Little Red,” the world premiere of an original one hour musical with book by Chase Ramsey and music and lyrics by David Paul Smith.

“Little Red” will play at the SCERA Center for the Arts February 5-23, 2018 with 10:00 am matinees Monday through Friday and 7:00pm shows on Mondays and Friday evenings.

The musical is cast with all adult actors, and auditions for ages 18 and older will be held on Friday, December 15, 2017 from 7:00-9:00pm in Studio 3 at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem.  No appointment is necessary. There are roles for 2 women and 3 men, and auditioners should prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song.  IPOD playback will be provided.  A resume and headshot is helpful, but not required.

Cast members must be available for 10am-12Noon rehearsals beginning the end of December and for all morning matinees and evening performances.

ABOUT THE SHOW: One of world’s most celebrated heroes, Little Red Riding Hood now has her very own musical. A world premiere original from Chase Ramsey and David Paul Smith, Little Red is all about being brave as the young “caped” crusader takes on the Big Bad Wolf and encourages the scared townspeople to stop hiding.  Smith and Ramsey’s unique focus on message and audience interaction brings a bold new twist to the famous tale, as a little girl in red decides to take off her hood, clench her fists and fight back, inspiring us all to face our own big bad fears! Filled with heart, wit and edge-of-your-seat suspenseful fun, Little Red’s courageous journey to Grandma’s house is the musical adventure of a lifetime!

For more information, contact SCERA at (801) 225-ARTS or visit www.scera.org/auditions.

 

Orem WCF Insurance Earns Chamber Business of the Month Award

 

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OREM, UT- November 30, 2017 The Utah Valley Chamber Ambassadors (the welcoming arm of the chamber) are proud to announce their December Business of the Month recipient; Worker’s Compensation Fund Insurance (WCF Insurance). The Chamber Ambassadors will be awarding WCF Insurance at their Orem location, 9:00 a.m. on December 1. Press, media, and public are welcome to attend.

Brian Morris (WCF Insurance Central Region Vice President) is truly a Chamber Champion,” said Chamber President, Rona Rahlf. “He has served on the Chamber Board and Networking Committee for six years! We are fortunate to have such a dedicated individual as a part of our volunteer workforce.”

Angie Thurman (WCF Insurance Account Manager) has also contributed a lot to the Utah Valley Chamber,” stated Rahlf. “For the past two years, Angie has coordinated the Women’s Business Network Christmas Luncheon Silent Auction gifts. Last year, she helped raise over $6,000, which went towards three scholarships for women pursuing business degrees at Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University.”

“We can’t thank WCF Insurance enough for the time and energy they have contributed to our chamber and community,” said Chamber Business Development Executive Kate Bowcut. “They truly deserve this award and we are excited to recognize them and celebrate their accomplishments.”

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About the Business of the Month Award:

The Business of the Month award recipient is chosen by the Utah Valley Chamber Ambassadors. Businesses who earn the award, are given a large Business of the Month sign to display in front of their business. They are also awarded a certificate at a Utah Valley Chamber event. To get involved with the Utah Valley Chamber, visit www.thechamber.org

About the Utah Valley Chamber:

The Chamber is a group of member businesses working to build the communities we serve. We are established as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization. Our governing body is the Board of Directors made up of volunteer business leaders from throughout Utah Valley.

 

For more information contact:

Amandi Heperi

801-851-2555

amandi@thechamber.org

 

Grammy Nominated Tenor Mark Masri to Share Musical Gifts at Benefit Christmas Concert at SCERA December 18-19

(Orem, Utah) — Classical and crossover tenor Mark Masri will share his jaw-dropping vocal range and his theatrical musical style at a Dec. 18-19 holiday concert entitled “Christmas Is…An Evening with Mark Masri” to benefit SCERA’s charitable Endowment for the Arts.  

“We brought Mark in for a concert with Laura Osnes during our 2016 summer season at SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre, and our audience was wildly enthusiastic about him,” says Adam J. Robertson, SCERA’s President and CEO. “Our staff have all become superfans and own almost all of his music, so we were in 100% agreement to bring him back, this time for a concert filled with holiday favorites, sacred pieces and some of his Christmas originals,” Robertson adds. 

The concerts will begin at 7 p.m. in the intimate 450-seat Showhouse at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem, with reserved seating tickets at $20 each for patrons three and older. Additionally, SCERA is offering a limited-seating pre-show meet and greet and dinner from Landmark Catering @ 6:00pm prior to the concert for $15 per person. Tickets and dinner reservations are available at www.scera.org, by calling 801-225-ARTS, or at the main office at SCERA Center.  

The singer/songwriter was a would-be medical doctor who left his medical studies to pursue music, his first and lifelong love. “Music is kind of like medicine,” he has said. “It heals the body and soothes the soul.” 

A Canadian native, Masri began singing as a nine-year-old in his minister father’s small church in Nova Scotia. When the family moved to Ontario when he turned 12, he sang in local churches and gave piano recitals. He was classically trained, and music has always been an integral part of his life.

Later he became a music producer, and after working in that position for a Canadian television network, he decided to work on his own music full-time. Masri released his first album in 2000. Self-titled “Mark Masri,” it is the first of several new albums in subsequent years, including two Christmas CDs, from which he will pull his concert repertoire. He enjoys collaborations, including well-received duos with Olivia Newton-John, Jon Secada, and has shared the stage and recording studio with local favorites Gentri and Jenny Oaks Baker. He became the favorite guest vocalist of pianist and composer Jim Brickman, and was an integral part of Brickman’s tours. Their original song “Christmas Is,” has become one of Masri’s signature hits, a fan favorite, and the title of his newest holiday album.  

Nominated for both a Grammy and Juno Awards, he has received many GMA Canada Covenant Awards including pop album of the year, contemporary gospel song of the year, pop song of the year, traditional song of the year, traditional album of the year and inspirational song of the year.

Masri’s concerts have taken him around the world, and he has sung a collection of classical songs in six languages. His style is diverse and ranges from theatrical pop and haunting soul to adult contemporary and gospel. He had headlined his own North American tour, performed with the Vivaldi Orchestra in Moscow, and was invited to be part of David Foster’s PBS Special “The Hitman Returns.” 

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Celebrate a musical “Miracle on 34th Street” at SCERA this December

(Orem, Utah) — For millions of people, the holidays are not complete without a viewing of the film classic “Miracle on 34th Street.” And as a bonus, Utah Valley can see it live on stage when SCERA Center for the Arts mounts a musical adaptation of the famous story Dec. 1-16.

With the book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson, best known for “The Music Man,” the play is a bright, family-oriented musical fest that highlights the spirit and love of Christmas, says veteran director and drama teacher Robinne Booth.

“Miracle on 34th Street” will play Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm. Reserved-seat tickets at $14 for adults and $12 for children age 3-11 and seniors 65 and older are available at www.scera.org, by calling 801-225-ARTS, or at the main office at SCERA, 745 South State, Orem.  Group rates for non-profit/church groups of 20 or more may be purchased in advance for $6 each.  The show will be interpreted in American Sign Language on Thursday, Dec. 7th.  Anyone interested in this service should contact april@scera.org.

“Every year, we try to give the community a production that will launch their holiday season,” says Adam J. Robertson, SCERA’s President and CEO.

“If you love ‘Miracle on 34th Street,’ as I do,” says Booth, “you’ll love the musical. It follows the story line quite faithfully, and some of the dialogue is recognizable from the film. We’ve set the story in the 1940s for a nostalgic look and an appreciation of the war our nation had just fought.”

She says the musical score is meaningful but also fun and catchy. “There is one song that is so reminiscent of ‘The Music Man,’ that you could guess this was a work by Meredith Willson. It does a great job enhancing and advancing the story.”  More well-known numbers include “Pinecones & Hollyberries” and “It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas.”

For the few who may not know the story, it unfolds in New York City just before the Thanksgiving holiday. Doris Walker, a single mother raising her young daughter Susan, works as an executive for Macy’s Department Store and oversees the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Susan meets ex-marine Fred Gaily, who falls for her mother and wants Susan to see more magic and less of her no-nonsense view of the world by introducing her to Macy’s authentic Santa Claus. The jolly old elf calls himself Kris Kringle.

Later in the story, Fred must employ the U.S. Postal Service to help Kris in the New York Supreme Court when he must defend Kris from a charge of insanity after Kringle insists he is the real deal – the real Santa Claus.  As can be expected, cynical hearts are warmed and a sweet Christmas spirit envelopes the city.

Boothe is using a cast of 40 to unfold the “miracle.” Leads are Lydia Oakeson, who performs with the prestigious One Voice Children’s Choir, is Susan; TJ Thomas is Fred Gaily, Natalie Merrill is Doris Walker and Arden Hopkin, emeritus Professor of Voice at Brigham Young University, is Kris Kringle.

“These actors are exceptional,” Boothe says. “They are so good at presenting a story geared to the heart. In a world that commercializes Christmas, this play focuses on generosity and love. I loved the script as soon as I read it. Arden is so sweet and kind in real life, and he embodies the very essence of Santa. Kids just flock to him at rehearsal.”

Robertson adds, “At our photo shoot at Tai Pan Trading, Arden was dressed as Kris Kringle, and families with younger children in the store just spontaneously gathered round to see him and talk to him. He has such warmth.”  After each performance at SCERA, “Santa” will be in the lobby for photos with children, so patrons are encouraged to bring their cameras.

The set was a huge undertaking because of all the scene changes, but Booth says set designer Shawn Mortensen was up for the challenge. “It is going to be so festive, and Macy’s toy store is especially fun. Unlike the movie, the play has a dream sequence where Susan sees the toys and dancers come to life. I am using several cast members dressed as toys, ballerinas and other dancers to personify the toy store.”

Mortensen says the set is about as close to a replica of the front of Macy’s Department Store as you can get, and one of the largest set pieces SCERA has ever had on their fly system.

Others assisting Booth are Crysta Powell as stage manager; Brodee Ripple as choreographer; Deborah Bowman as costume designer; Christy Norton as props designer;  Dana Cardon, a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, as music director; and Elizabeth Griffiths as lighting designer, who is planning all kinds of unexpected special effects to bring the holiday magic, including snow.

 

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APRIL BERLIN

Operations Manager/Marketing & Development

UVU President Matthew S. Holland called as LDS mission president, set to leave UVU in June, 2018

University Marketing & Communications:

Scott Trotter

801-419-6860 | scott.trotter@uvu.edu

NEWS RELEASE

November 6, 2017

OREM, UT – Dr. Matthew S. Holland, president of Utah Valley University, has been called to serve as a mission president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints starting in July next year. He will continue to serve as UVU president through early June 2018. The LDS Church has said the Hollands will preside over an English-speaking mission and will announce the location later in the year.

“Serving at UVU during the past nine years has been a signal honor and daily joy,” said Holland. “The experience of building a thriving university around a community college has been one of the great causes in higher education and I couldn’t be more pleased about the impact this powerful, dual-mission model has had in making a quality, college degree more affordable, accessible, and relevant. At the same time, I absolutely cherish my faith and am so honored and grateful for this unexpected privilege to serve in this new ecclesiastical role.”

President Holland was appointed the sixth president of Utah Valley University in 2009. Under his leadership, he completed the institution’s transition to a full-fledged university now with more than 37,000 students (headcount), making it the largest university in the state. During his tenure, academic offerings expanded to 44 certificate programs, 62 associate degrees, 84 bachelor degrees, three graduate certificates, and eight master degrees.

“We have been fortunate to have Matt Holland serving as president of UVU for nearly nine years,” said Daniel W. Campbell, chair of the Utah Board of Regents. “It has been a remarkable period of growth and development. Matt and Paige’s service has been exceptional. We will miss them greatly but wish them well in their future endeavors. They will always be part of the UVU community.”

“Matt has been a transformative president at Utah Valley University,” said David L. Buhler, Utah Commissioner of Higher Education. “The Board of Regents will

commence a national search with the intention of having a new president named by June 2018.  Names of the search committee members will be announced in the near future.”

Elaine Dalton, chair, UVU Board of Trustees noted: “Matt Holland’s vision for engaged learning and student success has propelled UVU into the national and international spotlight. His ability to work with people in a cooperative and synergistic way has garnered immense community support and trust. As a board of trustees, we wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to President Holland for his leadership that has helped all of us see and work for UVU’s true potential.  We will remain committed to the upward trajectory President Holland has envisioned and established.”

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Upcoming Concession Opportunities At The New SLC

Salt Lake City is building a new airport!

The New SLC will open in two phases with the first phase scheduled to open
in 2020 with a new parking garage, terminal and new concourses.
Phase Two-a build out of the concourses to the east-is set to open in 2023/24. The public solicitation and selection processes for restaurants, gift shops, newsstands, specialty retail concepts and passenger amenities in the new facilities will take place early in 2018.
The Airport is offering a 2-hour public outreach/education workshop to provide information about how the selection process works for businesses wanting to operate at the Airport as well as the dynamics of operating a business in an airport environment.
For a list of dates and times for this 2-hour workshop, please visit: www.slcairport.com/business-services.
If you have any questions, please contact Brad Wolfe at brad.wolfe@slcgov.com
or call at 801-575-2949.

SCERA’s 9th Annual “A Night of Broadway” Nov. 15-18 brings Scotland to Orem

 

 

SCERA’s 9th Annual “A Night of Broadway” Nov. 15-18 brings Scotland to Orem

(Orem, Utah) — Musical numbers and cast members that earned five-star ratings and standing-room-only audiences at the 2017 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer will receive an encore performance at SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem November 15-18.

It’s SCERA’s ninth annual showtunes spectacular conceived by Production & Programs Manager Shawn Mortensen and SCERA President & CEO Adam Robertson as a way to highlight the considerable vocal talent of Utah Valley performers. For the past two years, it has also provided a generous look at a show that wowed crowds abroad.

“We are so thrilled to offer the selections that delighted our Scottish and other friends,” says Shawn Mortensen, one of the performers. It was a wonderful and energetic sampling of the best from Broadway and London’s West End. We designed it to provide something for everyone, including classics and other wonderful music not as well-known.”

The 7 p.m. concert will play out WednesdaySaturday at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem. Reserved tickets at $12 for adults and $10 for children 3-11 and seniors 65 and older are available at www.scera.org, by calling 801-225-ARTS, or in person at the main office weekdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from noon to 6 p.m., or at the ticket office 30 minutes prior to each performance.

“I think this is a win for everybody,” Mortensen says. “We get to perform music that was very well received across the pond, and we get to bring that strong cast and those well-rehearsed musical selections to local audiences.”

The performers—who all met on a SCERA stage—include Mortensen, David Paul Smith, Brittni Bills Smith, Scott Sackett, Kelsey Mariner Thompson, Chase Ramsey and Cameroon Cahoon.

A portion of the proceeds from A Night of Broadway will provide funding for The Jerry Elison Scholarship Program, named after the beloved director, who will be at the opening night performance.

Numbers will be pulled from “Phantom of the Opera,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Les Misérables,” Matilda,” “Spamalot,” “Sound of Music,” “Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder,” “The Secret Garden,” “Kinky Boots,” “Annie,” West Side Story,” and more. The cast will sing individually, in duets, trios and as a group.

Other highlights include a four-part harmony of “For Good” from the blockbuster “Wicked,” a group medley from “The Sound of Music” and “Carousel,” and Mortensen will reprise his signature comedy piece, “Adolpho” from “The Drowsy Chaperone,” one of his favorites, and a crowd favorite as well.

“You’ll hear songs you know and love, but we’ll also introduce some new pieces from more contemporary Broadway shows that are sure to become favorites,” says SCERA President & CEO Adam J. Robertson. “During the past nine years, ‘A Night of Broadway’ has become one of our most popular events, and this year will be no exception.  Audiences in Scotland raved, and we know you will, too.”

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APRIL BERLIN

Operations Manager/Marketing & Development 

SCERA Email: april@scera.org

Office Phone:  (801) 225-ARTS ext. 1011

Utah Valley Chamber Celebrates Business of the Month: Costco

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PROVO, UT- October 31, 2017 The Utah Valley Chamber Ambassadors (the welcoming arm of the chamber) are proud to announce their November Business of the Month recipient; Costco. The Chamber Ambassadors will be awarding Costco at their Orem location, 9:45 a.m. on November 1. Press, media and public are welcome to attend.

“Costco has been wonderful to work with,” said Ambassador Chair and Habitat for Humanity Director Kena Mathews. “They donate a cake to every ribbon cutting we have! Since we have at least one ribbon cutting a week, that is a big commitment!”

“Amy Conners (Costco’s Marketing Representative) is an active member of the chamber constantly looking for ways to help,” said Chamber President Rona Rahlf, “This year, Conners has supported us in our small business golf tournament, volunteered at several chamber events and attended almost all of our ribbon cuttings. We are fortunate to have her and her company as a member of the chamber.”

When asked about the vast amount of ribbon cuttings that the chamber conducts, Chamber President, Rona Rahlf, stated, “It is great that we have so many grand openings this year! It shows us that businesses want to move here because Utah County is flourishing. It’s our job to welcome businesses (new or old) with open arms. We are thankful to Costco and our members who help us with this process because it creates a tight-knit community where businesses want to stay.”

 

About the Business of the Month Award:

The Business of the Month award recipient is chosen by the Utah Valley Chamber Ambassadors. Businesses who earn the award, are given a large Business of the Month Awardee sign to display in front of their business. They are later on awarded a certificate at a Utah Valley Chamber event. To get involved with the Utah Valley Chamber, visit www.thechamber.org

 

About the Utah Valley Chamber:

The Chamber is a group of member businesses working to build the communities we serve. We are established as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization. Our governing body is the Board of Directors made up of volunteer business leaders from throughout Utah Valley.

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For more information contact:

Amandi Heperi

801-851-2555

amandi@thechamber.org

Celebrated One Voice Children’s Choir to Raise Their Voices at SCERA Nov. 10-11

The world was introduced to a new children’s choir during the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympics under the baton of maestro Masa Fukuda, and the experience was so elevating the group decided to continue singing.

The exuberant150-voice choir began offering concerts and by 2005 they had a new name: One Voice Children’s Choir. The arrangements by their beloved director underscore a belief that music should provide entertainment, enlightenment, community and culture while empowering their singers to become leaders as they deliver uplifting messages to change the world for the better, says executive director Susan Campbell.

One Voice Children’s Choir will perform at SCERA Center for the Arts Nov. 10 and 11 at 7 p.m.745  S. State St., Orem. Reserved-seat tickets are $12 for adults, and $10 for children 3-11 and seniors 65 and older. They are available at www.scera.org, by calling 801-225-ARTS or in person at the main office between 10am-6pm weekdays and 12noon-6pm on Saturdays.

The concert will feature a variety of music ranging from popular songs such as Katy Perry’s “Rise”; “Glorious,” the choir’s most requested song; “Let There Be Peace on Earth” and “America the Beautiful,” among others. Also planned is “J’imagine,” a new video that celebrates a recent tour in France.

Most of the choir’s engagements are by invitation, and they recently took the opportunity to perform in France and Normandy. Their invitation came from the French Historic Programs and the U.S. Department of Defense.

They have earned many accolades since their creation. They were given the John Lennon International Music Award, the Utah Music Award for Best Cover of 2016, the Utah Best of State Award for best children’s performing group for the past three years, and the BOSS statue for the most outstanding entry in the Arts and Entertainment division.

When they performed with Alex Boyé in a music video of “Let It Go” from the Disney movie “Frozen,” it went viral with more than 78 million YouTube views, leading to its selection as YouTube’s Top Cover for 2014.

The honors continued. Later that year the choir competed and made the quarter-final round of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” performing at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

The audition choir is made up of children between the ages of four to 18. Although it holds auditions every May, there are relatively few spots, because the performers tend to stay until they spin out at age 18, Campbell says.

These vocalists have the benefit of some wonderful collaborations, Campbell adds. “Among others, they have performed with Kurt Bestor, David Archuleta, Jessie Clark Funk, the Japanese recording group BLESSA and BYU’s popular Vocal Point. Most recently, they recorded an original song written by LDS Church Apostle Elder David Bednar, performed at the Governor’s Gala, and were featured artists at the Tabernacle on Temple Square this past New Year’s Eve.”

The group performs more than 40 times a year, often in fundraising efforts for such projects as Operation Underground Railroad, United Angels Foundation, Utah Healing Field, and many others.

“This group will charm young and old with vocal prowess beyond their years,” says Adam J. Robertson, SCERA’s President and CEO.

 

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APRIL BERLIN

Operations Manager/Marketing & Development 

SCERA Email: april@scera.org

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