For Immediate Release
Faith Lutheran Middle & High School Presents Igniting the Arts March 12
Fundraiser to showcase students from Faith’s award-winning Conservatory of the Fine Arts
LAS VEGAS, NV – January 21, 2016 – Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School will take Las Vegas’ fine arts scene to a fiery level with Igniting The Arts, a student showcase benefitting Faith Lutheran’s Conservatory of the Fine Arts. The entertainment will weave Faith’s five fine arts disciples; Dance, Theatrical Arts, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, and the Visual Arts into an evening of and will showcase the incredibly talented students on March 12. The evening will feature a pre-show reception at 6 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres and beverages before commencing to Faith’s 772-seat Performing Arts Center to experience flaming performances from Faith’s talented students.
The Conservatory will also honor Christina & Alan Feldman with the Champions of the Arts award for their continued involvement and commitment of Faith Lutheran theatre programs throughout the years.
Tickets are $75.00 and include admittance to the pre-show reception and entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at XXX.
“Our Conservatory of the Fine Arts shows the professional caliber of talent at Faith,” said Dr. Steve Buuck, CEO of Faith Lutheran. “We are excited to host this first class evening of entertainment and fellowship as it provides the Las Vegas valley a tremendous opportunity to come together and support the arts.”
About Faith Conservatory of the Fine Arts
The Faith Conservatory of the Fine Arts is spearheaded by Emily Ball who serves as Dean of Fine Arts and many talented instructors including Erik Ball, director of theatrical arts, Dan Zeigner, music lead teacher, Beth Buchholz, visual arts lead teacher, and award winning choreographer and dance teacher Chris Harper. The Conservatory is open via audition to Faith Lutheran High School seniors. Several progressive artistic opportunities will be offered to conservatory students including theatrical plays and musicals at regional, state and national levels, visits to New York City to experience professional productions, choir recitals, band concerts, visual arts showcases and studio exhibits, dance team competitions and performances in chapel services.
About the evening Emily Ball says, “This is such an important evening not only for the Conservatory, but also for the community itself. It will offer the unique opportunities for all the disciplines to create a work of art together, for the patrons to see first hand the impact art has had on these students’ lives, and to enjoy a spectacular performance.”
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