Knox welcomes Doman, Rothhauser for Oct. 16 concert

Local church welcomes two headliners

PARKSVILLE — Sunday afternoon, Oct. 16, will see the launch of a new musical partnership with a concert of inspirational music at Knox United Church.

Sue Doman, accomplished Victoria-based vocalist and Peter Rothhauser, well-known lower Island keyboard player, are currently in rehearsal preparing a program of much-loved and familiar classics as the basis of an eventual provincial tour.

Sue was most recently heard in Parksville this past June when she directed her Starlight Pops Choir and presented a solo selection as part of that program.

On Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. you’ll be able to hear Sue’s powerful three-octave vocal range deliver such timeless favorites as Hallelujah, You Lift Me Up and I Believe.

Sue and Peter will also unveil their original composition, A New Day, as the signature piece marking the kick-off of their new venture.

Partnering Sue is Peter Rothhauser, Sue’s keyboard leader at Gordon Head United and an accomplished pianist in his own right. He has worked with Ken Lavigne and was a large part of Ken’s concerts.

Tickets for A New Day are at the Knox church office or at both Mulberry Bush bookstores. They cost $20 for advance purchase.

For further information, call Knox at 250-248-3927.


— Submitted by Knox United Church



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