Institute for Continued Learning


40th Anniversary Gala

Saturday, March 7, 2020
The registration period has closed for this event.

 

Institute for Continued Learning invites you to:

 

CHEERS FOR 40 YEARS!

 

An elegant evening of entertainment by pianist James Miner, gourmet dinner & silent auction–to benefit ICL

 

 

40th Anniversary Celebration

 

Saturday, March 7 from 5 to 9 pm  

Gardner Center Ballroom, Dixie State University

$40 per person

For tickets, purchase online at ICL.dixie.edu or

ICL office (658 E 200 S) 435-652-7670

 

** Do you have something to donate to the auction? 

Art, Golf Packages, Theater or Sports Tickets, Jewelry, Services, Vacation homes, Gift certificates, an Unusual Skill,

 Let us know!

For donations or information contact Michelle Dooley, michelledooley7@gmail.com

**Funds raised will benefit every aspect of ICL

 

ELEGANT DINING OPTIONS

 

  1. Beef:  Hand-carved grass fed beef filet topped with two prawns, set atop a crisp potato croquette nestled on a bed of greens in a glossy demi-glaze sauce.
  2. Salmon:  Atlantic Salmon filet pan-roasted and crisped in a piccata lemon garlic sauce on a platform of capered broccolini and parsley-infused Thai black rice.
  3. Vegan: A fresh spiral of ratatouille in a nest of crunchy potatoes atop a creamy tofu and avocado sauce crowned in micro greens. Vegan and Vegetarian friendly.

 

World-Renowned Entertainer

 

JAMES ONEIL MINER

 

Sensational pianist James Oneil Miner has performed for audiences from Japan to Australia, Canada to Mexico, and for sold-out audiences in 41 of the states across America. 

 

Enthusiastic fans are collectors of his work, and currently with 16 albums to his growing releases, music-lovers look forward to the next new album of delightful listening pleasure. James was recently awarded the prestigious “People's Choice” award for his album “Dream of Inspiration.” He has also been internationally acclaimed as 'Instrumentalist of the Year' by the World-Wide Booksellers Organization. He was honored by President George Bush in a special reception for the National Veterans Convention in Salt Lake City in 2006.

 

“…..I'm just a farm boy from Utah with a love of music, the piano and the opportunity to share the wonderful sounds and power of music wherever I go,” quips James.

 

His piano artistry spans a wide scope of time and his repertoire includes the Classics, Broadway, Spiritual, Country, Patriotic and Movie Themes. His ability to take spontaneous requests from his audience has thrilled and amazed his listeners and his interaction with fans during live performances is electric –  peppered with wit and humor.

 


PURCHASE TICKETS

Tickets on sale NOW Through: 3/5/2020 2:30 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada)


Details

The gala will include an evening of elegant dining and entertainment, a cash bar and a silent auction. Choose from gourmet beef, salmon and vegan meals.

 

Click here to print a brochure: Gala Flyer

 

 

 

World Class Entertainment: James Oneil Miner

Internationally recognized by the World-Wide Booksellers as “Instrumentalist of the Year,” James Oneil Miner will perform at the ICL 40th Anniversary Gala.

Fast becoming one of today's most popular pianists, composers and entertainers, Miner continues an intense recording and touring schedule. Audiences everywhere have enjoyed his concerts and come away impressed by his vast musical repertoire.

 

Miner was recently recognized with the People's Choice Award for his album “Dream of Inspiration.” He has recorded and produced 16 albums, including music from the classics to country, movie themes to Broadway hits. His latest album is “Dreaming on Broadway.” Miner said of the album, “What a wonderful thing it is that truly great music never goes out of style.”

 

Miner's ability to play spontaneous requests from audience members thrills and amazes listeners who attend his concert events. In addition to taking requests, his performances often include imitating famous piano artists such as Liberace, Erroll Garner, George Schearing, Floyd Cramer, Marvin Hamlisch and Roger Williams.


Location

GARDNER CENTER BALLROOM

DSU CAMPUS


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