The Saint Vincent Concert Series will feature pianist, composer and storyteller Jeanne Cotter, at 7 p.m. Saturday, October 19, at the Robert S. Carey Performing Arts Center at Saint Vincent College.
Jeanne Cotter is a singer-songwriter and liturgical composer who has performed throughout the United States and Canada with original piano works, inspirational songs, and heartwarming and often humorous stories about growing up in an Irish-Catholic family in southern Minnesota. Called “one of Catholic music’s most gifted liturgical musicians” by Catholic Faith & Family Magazine, for more than two decades Cotter has inspired and taught audiences throughout the United States and abroad.
She holds a bachelor of arts degree in music (piano and vocal performance) and theology from the University of Saint Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota and has completed advanced studies in songwriting, contemporary vocal pedagogy and music business from the Grove School of Music in Los Angeles. She has numerous recordings and music collections published by both GIA Publications, Inc., and her own company, Mythic Rain Productions. Her CDs include Tender Hearted, Amber, The Old Gravel Road, and What Child Is This.
Tickets are $26 per person. Season tickets are $117 per person for six performances. Flex passes are $125 each for any six admissions $125 each. For tickets call 724-805-2177 or visit this link.