Torrance First Baptist Church






 2118 W. Carson St.; Torrance, CA 90501; 310.328.5030

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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018 at 7 P.M.

Bring family and friends to TFB to enjoy a Christian concert by Glenn Kaiser.

Glenn is a Chicago-based blues musician, singer, songwriter, and pastor.  He fronted the hard rock “Resurrection Band” for more than 25 years before setting out on his own to pursue other musical avenues. Glenn's solo career is centered around the blues, especially with handmade cigar box guitars and other "found object" instruments, but also with lapsteel, acoustic and electric guitars, and harmonica. His extensive discography - 35 recordings to date - includes projects of rock 'n' roll, R&B, worship, American roots and, the thread through it all, the gospel message.   Come and enjoy an evening of music, fellowship, and encouragement here at TFB from one of the premier blues guitarists.  A free-will offering will be taken.  Refreshments will be served following the concert.



FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018 at 7 P.M.

We will have the pleasure of an entire evening listening to our very own pianist here at Torrance First Baptist and her friend, Alex Thompson, who will accompany her on the cello.

Kate is a student at Biola University pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance.   She is also pursuing a Minor in Business Administration and a Minor in Biblical Studies.

Although she is only a senior in college, she has already begun building a solid music career. She entered the competitive scene at age 11, and her accelerated success brought her name to the public music scene in the Washington, D.C. area where she is from. She was asked to join the Kennedy Center’s Summer Music Institute and Youth Fellowship Programs as a guest artist, and as teachers in the DC area heard her perform both solo and collaborative works, she quickly found opportunities to accompany in studios. She rigorously pursued these opportunities and by her senior year of high school, she had accompanied for bands, orchestras, choirs, and a variety of instrumental soloists. She is also in high demand as an accompanist at Biola.

Invite your family and friends for a very enjoyable and inspiring evening. A freewill offering will be taken to benefit the Doug Luden Camp Scholarship Fund.

After the concert, there will be refreshments in the annex.