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Date June 28, 2017
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Summer Concert

Saturday July 15, 3:00-5:00pm | College Church, Wheaton, IL 

You are invited to a Summer Concert celebrating the opening of Naomi’s House!

Join us for an afternoon of lovely music, graciously provided by three wonderful musicians, and help us celebrate all that God has done to bring this vision to reality. The challenge is great, but our God is greater. You’ll hear about how our program is already making a difference in the lives of our residents.

Enjoy exquisite artistry on the violin, cello, and piano, followed by light refreshments. 

Click here to RSVP to Mary Lowman, Executive Director of Naomi’s House. 

Meet the Musicians

David TaylorViolinist David Taylor joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as Assistant Concertmaster in 1979. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The Julliard School in New York. With the Chicago Symphony he has made numerous solo appearances, including performances with Sir Georg Solti. He has served as Acting Concertmaster of the Saint Louis Symphony and was the Concertmaster of the Milwaukee Symphony. As a lover of chamber music, he often performs in recitals and solo performances in the Chicagoland area, at Ravinia, and on WFMT. David teaches privately at the Moody Bible Institute and Roosevelt University.

Richard HirschlCellist Richard Hirschl joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s cello section in 1989. He was accepted into the class of Leonard Rose and Channing Robbins at The Julliard School, where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He was the winner of the 1988 Julliard Concerto Competition, 1988 Irving M. Klein International String Competition, and 1980 St. Louise Symphony Scholarship Competition. Richard is on the faculty of the Chicago Conservatory for the Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, where he also serves as head of the string department. 

Brian LeePianist Brian Lee is Professor and Piano Program Coordinator for the Moody Bible Institute. He received his bachelor’s degree in music from Wheaton College, his master’s degree from the New England Conservatory, and his Doctor of Musical Arts from The Julliard School. He has given numerous solo programs in the Chicago area, and has been featured as soloist with several orchestras in the Midwest.As a chamber musician, Dr. Lee regularly collaborates with David Taylor and Richard Hirschl, along with other well-known musicians. He has also played in many churches, both in concert settings and on worship teams.