Student-produced concert leads to Music for Missions

Published: Friday, May 3, 2013 at 12:54 PM.

"Music is important to me because it has always been a way to explore the creative aspects of the world," he said. "It has been a window into a world that is otherwise not accessible."

This is the first concert, and hopefully not the last, under the Music for Missions moniker, Crowther said. Concertgoers will enjoy a blend of group and solo performances.

"Attendees should expect a wide variety of music on several different instruments. I would like to make this more than a one-time event. I do plan on organizing more concerts."

Although Crowther enjoys all music and loves to transpose pieces into original works, he hopes to one day become a biochemist and physician, focusing on the treatment of Alzheimer's.

Talented student musicians Jonas Marquez, Matthew Jordan, Mark Jordan, Abbey Schmidt and Fletcher Wilson, along with other local celebrity musicians, will entertain throughout the evening with their God-given talents to bless others in need.

The concert will be closed by Fleetwood Covington III, a 26-year-old resident of Miramar Beach and celebrity concert pianistwho has been featured in many of the world’s most prestigious venues and played for numerous prominent social figures, including H.S.H. Prince Albert of Monaco.

Covington has also played for many charities including the Rothschild Foundation, and continues to support charitable work locally and abroad.

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