Local violinist Mariah Woolley will be performing a recital at Wawasee Lakeside Chapel on Saturday, May 19, at 3 p.m. She will be performing several selections.
The recital is free and open to the public. A free will offering will be taken.
An accomplished artist, there will be a silent auction of some of Mariah’s artworks at the recital as well. Proceeds will go toward the MasterWorks Festival Scholarship Fund. Contributions by check are tax deductible.
Woolley is a home schooled Junior living outside Syracuse and has played violin for seven years. She currently plays with the Fort Wayne Youth Symphony and The Symphony of the Lakes in Winona Lake. She is alumnae of Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, Twin Lake, Mich., and will be attending the MasterWorks Festival in Winona Lake this June and July.
Woolley’s oil paintings and photographs have been exhibited in the Honeywell Center’s Clark Gallery in Wabash and at the Indiana State Fair.
The MasterWork’s Festival is an intensive four-week event for advanced and passionate students of music, dance and theatre. Each year 250 students from around the globe participate in this unique festival that combines artistic excellence and biblically sound teaching. Students and a faculty of approximately 90 live and work on the campus of Grace College, in the quaint and picturesque community of Winona Lake. It is sponsered by The Christian Performing Artists’ Fellowship, a trans-denominational ministry dedicated to performing and teaching the classical arts to the glory of God and to spreading the Gospel of Jesus.
For more information please contact MasterWork’s Festival.