Join the Wichita State University Summer Choir, Eastminster Chancel Choir and Mark Hayes for an evening of music and stories.
Mark Hayes is an internationally known and award-winning concert pianist, composer, arranger and conductor. His personal catalog, totaling over 1,200 published works, includes work for solo voice, solo piano, multiple pianos, orchestra, jazz combo, small instrumental ensembles, and choruses of all kinds. Mark received a Bachelor of Music degree summa cum laude in Piano Performance from Baylor University in 1975. He has conducted the SWACDA and MCDA Community and Church Honor Choir, and served as a guest conductor at Carnegie Hall, featuring his "Te Deum" and "Magnificat". Whether concertizing on the other side of the globe or composing at his home in Kansas City, Missouri, Mark is blessed to live out his mission "to create beautiful music for the world".