Fall Concert Series




$12.50 (was $25)

Read about the acts below, hear sample recordings, and watch a preview video!

Concerts will be performed in the Chapel on the Hill Sanctuary

N2440 Ara Glen Drive, Lake Geneva WI 53147

*There will be a shuttle available from each parking lot to the Sanctuary,

there is also a circle drive drop-off area on the

South side of the Sanctuary for your convenience

Stay after to enjoy a Gala of Hors D’oeuvres and Desserts!

Jim Hendricks

September 7th - 7:00 pm

As a young child, Pianist Jim Hendricks had an uncanny ability to play and memorize anything he heard on records and transcribe by ear complex harmonies and melodies – without the use of a piano. Jim continued intensive musical studies and was considered a professional as a teenager.

After high school, Jim performed with such legends as Dave Brubeck (piano duets), Della Reese, Rita Moreno, Tito Puente, Maynard Ferguson, Jack Jones, Louie Bellson, Clark Terry, Arturo Sandoval, John Davidson, Jon Faddis, and many others. He was a featured soloist performing the piano music of Rachmaninoff and was granted a music professorship by the age of 25.

While he was on tour with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Jim felt a very strong call from the Lord to use his musical gifts for the glory of God. Since then, Jim has performed more than 1,300 Christian piano concerts in churches all across the land. He has made fourteen piano recordings, performed on ABC, CBS, TBN and PAX, authored the book Contemporary Arrangements for Today’s Church Pianist, and been featured in Clavier piano journal. The Lord has greatly blessed his decision to bring glory to Christ through music.


LISTEN - "Jesus Loves Me"

LISTEN - "In the Garden"

alleluia quartet

September  21st - 7:00 pm

The Alleluia Quartet has been presenting its unique style of four-part harmony to listeners in Illinois and Wisconsin for more than thirty years.  Their music includes traditional, contemporary, gospel and country Christian and inspirational songs.  Appearances include Rockford’s On The Waterfront, Winnebago County Fair, Harmony For Hunger Concert, Kiwanis Brat Days and many more.  The group has recently appeared as an opening act for nationally known Southern Gospel groups such as The Triumphant Quartet, Brian Free and Assurance, and Karen Peck and New River. The quartet began singing together in the early 80’s as members of the Beth Eden United Methodist Church choir under the leadership of Shirley Ann Tudor.  After realizing that their voice ranges and blend was “more than coincidence”, the Alleluia Quartet was formed. The name was taken from the first song that they sang together.

After several years, the group decided to expand their ministry by recording five projects: New Beginnings, Celebrate the Child - A Christmas Collection, Every Road, Labor of Love and He Is Our Song.

LISTEN - "I'm on the Battlefield"

LISTEN - "There is Still Forgiveness"

T Sisters

September 29th - 7:00 pm

The T Sisters are a genuine sister group based in the creative hub of Oakland, California. The group is made up of Erika (guitar, vocals), Rachel (guitar, banjo, vocals) and Chloe Tietjen (percussion, vocals). Distinguished by close harmonies, catchy melodies and potent lyricism, the T Sisters’ sound represents a continuum of music: from traditional to pop influences, moments of breathtaking a cappella to swells of energetic indie Americana.  The sisters' contemporary yet classic sound invites a range of likenesses, from the Andrews Sisters and the Pointer Sisters to modern family bands like the Avett Brothers and First Aid Kit. With their soaring sibling harmonies, sassy stage presence, and inventive songwriting, these three sisters embody a fresh and soulful take on folk/Americana music.

"An irresistibly joyful sibling combo steeped in American roots music.”


"Seamless harmonies"


VIDEO - "Molasses"  Prairie Home Companion

VIDEO -  "You're All I Need To Get By" (Live at Tiny Telephone)

VIDEO - "Come To Me" (Live at Tiny Telephone)

Rodrigo Villanueva Trio

October 7th - 4:00 pm

Drummer, composer, producer, and director; Rodrigo Villanueva holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas. He has played and recorded with many jazz, classical and pop artists from Mexico, Peru, Brazil, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and the U.S. Among them are Stefan Karlsson, Lynn Seaton, Eddie Gomez, Fareed Haque, Ed Saindon, Ben Sidran, Liam Teague, Rodolfo SanchezLee Tomboulian, Hiro Morozumi, Jangeun Bae, Carlos Guedes, Takayoshi Yoshioka, Jon Anderson, Carlos Prieto, Roberto Limón, Sandra Kaye, Carla White, Tony Monaco, Reggie Thomas, Craig Butterfield, Anders Svanoe and Latin Pop singers: Lucero, Shaila Durcal and Alejandro Fernandez. 

Rodrigo has taught drumset courses, clinics and workshops at many institutions of higher learning in Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Korea, Singapore, Japan and the U.S. He has been featured at many international jazz festivals and conferences, including International Association for Jazz Education, Jazz Education Network, Percussive Arts Society International Convention and the International Band and Orchestra Midwest Clinic. He also has published several original compositions for large jazz ensembles (ASCAP).  Rodrigo is currently a full professor of jazz studies at Northern Illinois University where he teaches jazz drumset, jazz arranging and directs the NIU Jazz Ensemble. Rodrigo performs regularly with his jazz trio and quartet, the Eddie Gomez Trio, the NIU Jazz Faculty Group Nucleus, Liam Teague’s Panoramic, Daniel Wong Trio and Anders Svanoe Trio. Rodrigo endorses Sabian Cymbals, Yamaha Drums, Evans Drumheads, Vic Firth drumsticks and LP percussion. He also teaches at Birch Creek Percussion and Steel Pan Summer Program. In 2010 Rodrigo launched his own record label, Jazzling Records. the first production of this project was the Eddie Gomez Trio album: Live In Mexico City with the legendary Eddie Gomez on bass, Swedish pianist Stefan Karlsson and Rodrigo Villanueva on drums (© Jazzling Records 2010).

VIDEO - "All Blues"