Tim Zimmerman, King’s Brass in concert on July 1
IRON RIVER – Grace Covenant Church of Iron River will host Tim Zimmerman and The King’s Brass, in concert on Tuesday, July 1, at 7 p.m.
The public is invited to an evening of invigorating and rhythmic music and fellowship. A freewill offering is accepted during intermission.
Tim Zimmerman and The King’s Brass present hymn classics with a contemporary flair. The King’s Brass features three trumpets, three trombones, a tuba, percussion and keyboards. These instruments blend together to create a time of innovative worship that will be enjoyed by all generations.
“Secular and sacred music critics alike applaud their concerts as ‘superb in every way’ and ‘innovative and well played,'” said Pastor James Swanson of Grace Covenant Church. “Truly, an unforgettable experience.”
The King’s Brass, formed more than two decades ago, is comprised of professional musicians from across the country who desire to use the instruments they love to lead others in praise and worship.
The King’s Brass’ original arrangements are featured on 12 recordings. The latest CD on the Summit Record label is their “Classic Hymns” release, featuring organists Diane Bish, Rebecca Kleintop Owens and Samuel Metzger with the Ruffatti Pipe Organ of the Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
One more concerts remain in the 2014 series: The Clauson Family Trio, Sunday, Aug. 10 at 6 p.m.
The Summer Concert Series started at Grace Covenant Church in 1998 and over the years has included groups like The Chancellors Quartet, The Kings Brass, Larry Ford, Huntley Brown, The Gospelmen Quartet, Michael Giuliani, Maranatha Productions, and Sonship Quartet.
All concerts are held in the sanctuary at Grace Covenant Church.
“Enjoy the evening of entertainment and then light refreshments and fellowship in the lower level of the church,” he adds.
A freewill offering is accepted and applied to the expenses of the Summer Concert Series.
“It is our sincere desire that the 2014 Grace Covenant Summer Concert Series is a blessing to you and the surrounding community,” adds Pastor Swanson.