World renowned Legacy Quartet again comes to Gold Canyon

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The Legacy Quartet. (Submitted photo)

The Gold Canyon United Methodist Church’s Performing Arts Series presents the Legacy Quartet in their 8th annual concert in  the fabulous acoustics of the church’s Sanctuary on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 3:00 pm.  This very popular group is world renowned, having performed five tours of South Korea, three tours of Australia and many venues in Canada.  Additionally, they have toured Cuba with Dr. Jim Groen and Global Connections, International, and throughout Central and Western United States.

They began in 1981 as a quartet in the Southern Gospel tradition but have become so much more, incorporating Contemporary Christian music, even some traditional sacred music, Broadway, patriotic and popular music.  This group pretty much not only does it all, but does it all very well, indeed!  Their music truly is timeless and their audience continues to grow as they continue to increase their repertoire, searching for new ways to praise God and thank Him for His many blessings!

This concert is open to the public at no charge, as a free will offering will be received.  Everyone is asked to please bring at least one non-perishable food item per person for the Gold Canyon United Methodist Church Food Bank.  Come enjoy some great music by great musicians!  Bring your family, friends and neighbors – they will thank you!

The church is located at 6640 South Kings Ranch Road, one block north of Highway 60 (Walgreens on the corner) in beautiful Gold Canyon, five miles east of Apache Junction.  For more information, please call the church at 480-982-3776.

Courtney (308 Posts)


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