Poplar Bluff Missouri Music
In May 1953 she married Robert Moore Turner and began her career as a teacher of voice and instrumental music in all classes. Jo, whose high school choir was the envy of all Missouri music teachers, died March 31, 2013, at her home in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Born in St. Louis County, Mo., Ms. Turner attributed her early interest in music to her father, a cotton farmer.
After graduating from Gideon High School in 1950, she attended Arizona State University (ASU) in St. Louis, Mo., and taught music, band and choir for four years. After graduating from ASU, she moved back to Poplar Bluff and for the first time in her career taught music in high school.
She continues to play shows in Poplar Bluff, as well as in St. Louis, when she's out for college, but not in the Big Apple. Make sure she immerses herself in improvised jam sessions and bluegrass festivals, and you'll see her play pretty much everything else.
The evening begins with two arias by J.S. Bach, accompanied by pianos by John Shelton (piano) and Gary Geeke (cello), and continues with the performance of the first half of Bach's "Rhapsody in C minor." Goeke will present "Sterben," the first of two operas by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe on piano, and "Tod und Leben des Johann Sebastian Bach" on guitar, and at the same time the second part of "Bach's Symphonies in B minor."
Edgerton, Francois Miller, Shelton and Thompson are the pianos, and Hamblin bebe the cello, the guitar, the bass, the piano, the violin, the viola, the harpsichord and the cellos.
Jerry and Jackie have two daughters, Christie and Kathryn, who are lucky enough to be part of this musical adventure. Mrs. Turner taught music at Fisk School for three years and moved to Butler County in the 1960s. The teacher held a concert at the St. Louis Public Library on Saturday, September 16, and attracted a crowd of 1,487 ticket buyers. Hamblin gave the keynote address, supported by his wife Jackie, the music director of the school's music department.
Mrs. Turner was honored by the Missouri Choral Directors Association for her services to the music industry and the community. She has also organized community choirs and served on the boards of directors of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, and served on the boards of both the Columbia Symphony Orchestra and the Missouri State Symphony.
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The first public performance of Lo - Fi will be on May 7, 2013 at Ryman Auditorium with a sold-out show, "Honoring Thy Song," in honor of the 50th anniversary of the premiere by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. The session musicians include Mark Teachenor (piano), Matt Rovey (technique) and Mark Schreiber (guitar). Lehrer is joined in the session by his wife Jennifer and son Ryan on piano, while Mark's son - son-in-law and co-owner - Mark Ritter supports him on guitar and Matt's brother Chris on engineering.
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At 11: 00 am, a meeting with family and friends begins, followed by a celebration of Jerry's life at 10: 30 am. The visitation begins at 12: 00 p.m. at the Poplar Bluff Funeral Home, followed by the funeral at 12: 00 p.m.
The morning and afternoon sessions will end with the annual Poplar Bluff Music Festival on Saturday, June 11, at the Popler Bluffs Community Center. The festival will feature a variety of music by local, national and international artists from across the country. The competition takes place on the second and third days of the festival, with a final on Sunday, July 2.
The Jazz Festival will also offer a "clinic for professionals" during lunch time, highlighting the talents of local and national artists as well as a variety of other local artists.
The Junior Division Award Breakfast will open on April 22 with the Missouri Jazz Award for Excellence in Music 2015. The Junior Division Award for the best jazz performance in the state of Missouri will be presented to the winner of this year's Missouri Music Award in Jazz on the morning of April 23 at 9: 30 a.m. Registration for this meeting is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 18.