Wichita Wurlitzer
Newsletter
May 2018  
Broadway and Hollywood in Wichita
Experience the Wichita Wurlitzer in person. The instrument can be as delicate as a violin and flute duet. It also can be as heart pounding as a plane taking off and chasing the wind with grace.
Remember your first experience when you heard this orchestral powerhouse?  You know someone who has not. 
Share the Wichita Wurlitzer with your family and friends so they can experience this amazing instrument, one of Wichita's hidden jewels.  Tickets are FREE!
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Brett and Friends
Brett Valliant, a Wichita native, is Wichita Wurlitzer's Artist-in-Residence, Director of Music / Organist at Wichita's First Methodist Church, and performs regularly at Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa Arizona.  Brett completed his first international tour while still in his teens. His tour appearances are as a solo artist, a featured soloist with orchestras, and film accompanist.
Carrie Hieman studied and performed in NYC under Mahon Bishop, was a soloist at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. Carrie taught private voice in Gie├čen, Heidelberg and Braunschweig Germany and was an adjunct voice professor at Wichita State University.
Carrie lives in Wichita with her husband Mark Heiman, together they have six children and are currently planning two weddings and happy to welcome two new family members!  Carrie enjoys running and swimming with a great group of friends. Carrie sings in her church choir at Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church. She performs regularly for private parties and is honored to sing each month for weddings and funerals. She enjoys her job as Marketing Director at Prairie Hills Financial Group.

Patrick Greene has enjoyed an international opera and concert career. He performed in Carnegie Hall as tenor soloist in the Mozart Requiem under the baton of John Rutter and performed the piece again at Carnegie Hall.
Patrick performed his Wichita Symphony debut as tenor soloist in the Haydn "Lord Nelson Mass' with conductor Andrew Sewell. Recent roles, with the Wichita Grand Opera include, Count Alma Viva in "The Barber of Seville" with Joyce Di Donato and Faust in "Faust" working with Sam Ramey.
Patrick is currently Chorus Master for the Wichita Grand Opera, as well as performing solo roles in the 2017-2018 season. However, in the off-season he never misses singing with a full orchestra.
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