Globe-Miami Community Concert Association celebrates 65th season

The Globe-Miami Community Concert Association celebrates their 65th season with a wonderful line-up of talent that runs the gamut: classical, cowboy songs, Broadway, to calypso. The performers for the fourth concert will be Dallyn Vail Bayles and Amy Schreeve Keeler, presenting From Broadway With Love the day before Valentine’s Day, 2020,

Dallyn Vail Bayles is a professional actor, singer and recording artist. He performed with the Broadway touring companies of The Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables. He was also part of the Les Misérables’ China premiere engagement. In New York City, Bayles performed with Stephen Schwartz in the reading of his musical, Children of Eden. He has performed leading roles in numerous regional theater productions across the country.

As a concert soloist, Bayles has also performed across the country and with several distinguished performers and musicians. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in Tim Janis’ “The American Christmas Carol,” performing with Matthew Morrison, Sierra Boggess, Hayley Westenra and other stars of stage and screen. He was honored to perform with Rebecca Luker and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at the 85th birthday celebration of LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson. He has been a guest soloist with the Choir several times on “Music and the Spoken Word.” Bayles has also performed as a soloist in concerts with Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn, Kurt Bestor, and the Utah Symphony.

Bayles has recorded three solo albums and has songs featured in the movies 17 Miracles and Ephraim’s Rescue.

He completed his MFA in Musical Theatre at The Boston Conservatory, earned his BFA in Music Dance Theatre from Brigham Young University. Bayles was honored to receive the 2017 Utah Governor’s Mansion Performing Artist Award and was the recipient of the 2012 BYU Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award. He has worked as adjunct faculty at BYU, and recently directed BYU’s main stage musical, Into the Woods.

Bayles and his wife, Rachel, reside in Orem, and are the proud parents of five children.

Bayles will be accompanied by frequent collaborator, vocalist Amy Shreeve Keeler. Amy graduated from BYU in Music/Dance/Theatre and was immediately offered a position as a vocalist/actress with the Walt Disney Company. After “playing princess” for several years in both Hong Kong and Orlando, Amy returned to her home state of Utah where she now spends her time as Mommy to her sons Davis and Hayden. Favorite local roles include: Amalia (She Loves Me), Mother (Ragtime), Millie (Thoroughly Modern Millie), Polly (Crazy for You), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Jane (Jane Eyre), Sarah (Guys and Dolls), and Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance.

They make beautiful music together, so make sure to renew or become a new member today. Admission to the concerts is by membership only. Two types are offered: full-season or single memberships. Single membership is only available at the night of the performance. The main benefit of the full membership is to attend all the remarkable concerts the Association organizes with you, the Globe-Miami community, in mind. Special discounts for students and for families help make the concerts available to everyone. The membership cost is as follows: Adults - $40; Students - $10; Families - $90; Single Parent Families - $50; single membership - $20.

Memberships are available on the evening of the concert, at the desk at Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center, at the White Porch in Globe, or by mailing in a membership form from the brochure. You can pick up a brochure which describes the concerts and includes a membership form at several places including both the Globe and Miami Libraries, both the Globe and Miami Senior Centers, the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, United Jewelers, the Copper Hen, Vida e caffé, the Gila County Historical Museum, the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center, Cornwell Copper, J. L. Giarde Gallery, and Bullion Plaza.  If you are having trouble finding a brochure, call 928-812-1696 and request that one be mailed to you.  Then all you need to do is fill out the membership form, write your check, and mail it in to Box 1222, Claypool, AZ 85532.

Tickets are mailed during the first week in October.  Don’t put it off.  You will want to have your tickets and be ready to get a good seat at every concert.

If still unconvinced about what a great deal this is, there are even more benefits to membership. All out of town guests are welcomed to the concerts free of charge when they are accompanied by a member. Also, there is reciprocity with Associations in Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado and this entitles members to attend those concerts free of charge. That $40 membership goes a long way! Come enjoy the music, meet the performers, and mingle with your friends and neighbors. It’s a great family activity! You won’t be sorry!

All performances will begin at 7 p.m. at High Desert Middle School auditorium.


-Beverly Belles – Mon, Nov 7, 2019 – USO-style patriotic show reminiscent of the Andrew Sisters.

- Sons of the Pioneers – Tues, Dec 3, 2019 – legendary Western group performing old cowboy favorites along with holiday tunes.

- Bank of Harmony – Tues, Jan 7, 2020 – nonstop music and comedy from barbershop quartet.

-  From Broadway with Love – Thurs, Feb 13, 2020 – vocalist duo sings favorite Broadway showtunes.

- Thomas Pandolfi – Tues, March 17, 2020 – piano virtuoso excels in classical, pops, Broadway showtunes, and American composers.

J.T.’s Island Steel™ – Thurs, April 23, 2020 – ten musicians playing on full range of steel drums bring the calypso music of the Caribbean islands.



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