r By Ginny Ackerson
The Springville Arts Commission is pleased to feature Paul Cave and his friends, Charlie and Amaya Flint, Ammon Flint, Amanda Angerbauer, Maddy Shearer and Jake Hart performing at the Springville Museum of Art for the Sunday Concert Series on Sunday, May 20, at 4:30 p.m. The concert is free to the public and family friendly.
Paul began participating in performing arts productions his senior year of high school. In college, he was a performer/choreographer for the BYU Young Ambassadors (2012-14). He is currently an adjunct English professor at BYU, coaches competitive ballroom dancing, and is a Sinatra/Bublé-style singer for corporate and other events. Musical theater credits include ‘Marius’ (Les Miserables), ‘Mr. Banks’ (Mary Poppins), ‘Frank Abegnale Jr.’ (Catch Me If You Can) etc. He has also directed two Broadway review shows for the Carriage House Theater in Canada as well as Payson Community Theater in Utah.
Charlie Flint is a student at BYU studying psychology. He has appeared in various productions in the Utah valley in roles including Marius (Les Miserables) and Lucas (The Addams Family).
Jake Hart entered the world of musical theater shortly after graduating with a degree in finance, and the past three years have been a whirlwind of shows. His favorite roles include Sir Percy Blakeney in The Scarlet Pimpernel and George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life.rMaddy Shearer has been part of many productions and choral groups throughout her 12 years studying music and theater. Some of her recent credits include touring France with the U of U’s Chamber Choir and playing Wednesday Addams in Payson Community Theater’s production of The Addams Family Musical.
Ammon Flint plays piano and 7 other instruments, including the guitar, mandolin, and harmonica. He has sung in multiple choirs and loves to sing whenever he gets the opportunity. Ammon has been in many plays and musicals throughout his life.rThe Sunday Concert Series has its annual sabbatical in June and July and the new season begins on Sunday, August 19, with Rex Kocherhans and Company. Because of inclement weather, his concert scheduled in March was cancelled and he kindly re-scheduled his performance for August. Rex Kocherhans has been a featured soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Salt Lake Choral Artists, Utah Baroque Ensemble, and BYU Singers. Rex is a founding member of the nationally renowned quartet Reprise, which won the Gold Medal at the international collegiate barbershop competition and has shared the stage with the King’s Singers.