On November 7, CLCA presents Robert RobinsonThe Central Lakes Concert Association (CLCA) is proud to announce its third concert of the season.
The Central Lakes Concert Association (CLCA) is proud to announce its third concert of the season.
This concert, which will take place Saturday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at Jefferson High School, is CLCA’s Endowment Fund Recognition Concert.
The featured musician is Robert Robinson, the fabulous tenor, who showcased his talents with the Lorie Line Christmas Show for 15 years.
Robinson will take the stage with his pianist and will perform a program of spirituals, gospel songs and pop arrangements that have been known to “blow an audience away.”
The Endowment Fund Recognition Concert will honor this year’s three recipients of a CLCA scholarship – Patrick Moe, son of Tim and Marianne Moe of Alexandria; Eric Graf, son of Mark and Karen Graf of Alexandria; and Elizabeth Lieffort, daughter of Donald “Al” and the late Beth Lieffort of Alexandria.
People wishing to contribute to the Endowment Fund may do so during the concert.
More about Robinson
Robinson has been a featured solo artist at Promise Keepers, the Billy Graham Crusade and the National Day of Prayer in Washington, D.C.
Organizers said he is affectionately known as “God’s canary.”
He was a featured vocalist with Lorie Line and her Pop Chamber Orchestra, with a subsequent appearance across the U.S. on PBS. He was also voted as “Best Male Vocalist” by the Minneapolis and St. Paul entertainment newspaper, City Pages.
The audience will hear familiar songs such as What a Wonderful World, Put a Little Love in Your Heart, I Believe, Ave Maria, Bridge Over Troubled Waters, and The Prayer.
In the past year, Robinson launched his newest I Believe CD at Hallmark Stores across the Midwest and kicked off his latest tour with an appearance at Carnegie Hall.
For more information about Robinson, check out his website at www.robertrobinsonmusic.com.