The first of five Summer Sundae Sunday concerts at Bellevue Heights Church is Sunday, June 20 and will feature the vocal talents of Connor Simpson and Natalie Mason.
The concert will begin at 6 p.m. in the church worship center and everyone is invited to attend. Admission is free.
Connor and Natalie have been best friends for many years and graduated last month from high school in Las Vegas. Connor was the top tenor in the Nevada public school system for the past two years. He is in demand as an anthem singer and will be singing the national anthem this summer at Los Angeles Angels and San Francisco Giants baseball games.
Natalie is a seven-year member of the Nevada All-State Choir and is a classically trained pianist. Both have been actively involved in singing and youth leadership at their home church, Green Valley Baptist, in Henderson, Nevada. Natalie will pursue her higher education at Dallas Baptist University. Connor will begin study this fall at California Baptist University in Riverside.
The June 20 concert follows the-successful series of Summer Sundae Sunday programs at Bellevue Heights last year. Attendees are treated to free ice cream sundaes after each performance on the church campus, 9440 W. Hutton Drive.
Other concerts in 2021 include Sounds of the Southwest Singers (July 4), Heidi Hernandez With Harp Synergy (Aug. 1), The Cimarron Sidekicks (Aug. 29) and pianist Nicole Pesce and trumpeter Dan Reed (Sept. 26).
Call 623-977-8308 or visit BHCsuncity.com. Masks are optional at all Summer Sundae Sunday concerts.