Summarized by Jane R Dumont
'One In His Hand' - Visitors Center Sept 11
Jane Dumont 30Aug99 L2
Washington D.C. Temple Visitors Center Program
Jonathan and Cynthia Austin present
"One In His Hand"
a varied musical program of solos and duets
with Tracy Bradshaw,accompanist
Saturday, Sept. 11 7:30 p.m
Washington D.C. Temple Visitors Center
9900 Stoneybrook Drive, Kensington, Md.
Everyone Welcome! Call 301-587-0144
contact Jane Dumont - 301-942-0103
__J. Jonathan Austin__ currently serves as the Buena Vista, VA Institute
Director at Southern Virginia College. Previously, he coordinated the
seminary and institute programs in the New York area and taught seminary
in Sandy, UT.
Jonathan was born and raised in Ohio, where he received a Bachelor's
degree in Theatre from Ohio Wesleyan University. He also holds a
Master's in Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Florida. It was
there that he joined the Church almost 11 years ago. He is now
completing his doctoral work in theatre, anticipating graduation from BYU
Jonathan's extensive musical background includes performances with the
Utah Opera Company, and recitals in Salt Lake City, UT; Kirtland, OH; and
Northern Virginia. Just this summer he performed in the Marriott Center
for the opening session of the CES Symposium in Provo, UT. Married to
Cynthia L. Pierson, he is the father of three boys. He has served in a
bishopric and elder's quorum presidency and is currently serving on the
high council. But his favorite Church calling to date has been serving
in the nursery.
__Cynthia L. Austin__ is the theatre instructor at Southern Virginia
College and a professional actress. She received a Bachelor's in Music
from BYU and a Master's of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of
Florida. It was there she met her husband, Jonathan. She is currently
pursuing her doctorate in theatre, hoping to graduate with her husband
__Tracey I. Bradshaw__ received her B.M. in Piano Performance and
Pedagogy from Brigham Young University in 1989. While at BYU, she was
awarded the D. Mona Smith Scholarship, the top scholarship for pianists.
She also served as accompanist for the BYU Singers, the opera department,
and many vocal soloists and instrumentalists. Since graduation, she has
worked professionally as an accompanist for many choirs, vocalists, and
opera companies, including the Dale Warland Singers, The University of
Minnesota Opera, and the Plymouth Music Series. In addition to
accompanying, Mrs. Bradshaw has been on the faculty of Southern Utah
University and Dixie College in Utah, and she currently teaches piano at
Southern Virginia College. She is also self-employed as a music copyist.
Mrs. Bradshaw lives with her husband and three children in Buena Vista,
Contact Person - Jane Dumont 301-942-0103