For the second year, Erik Foster is bringing his musical talents to Russellville, as the musical director of the 17th Annual Russellville Community Choir’s Christmas Program “The King is Here.”
For the second year, Erik Foster is bringing his musical talents to Russellville, as the musical director of the 17th Annual Russellville Community Choir’s Christmas Program “The King is Here.”
Erik Foster, Cloverdale, owns a travel agency that enables clients to travel throughout the world. However, his true passion is music. Foster has been in the music business since 1990. After graduating from Belmont University, he went on the road with the Fox brothers as their bass singer, making appearances on Nashville Now and the Grand Ole Opry.
For the second year, Foster is bringing his musical talents to Russellville, as the musical director of the 17th Annual Russellville Community Choir’s Christmas Program “The King is Here.”
A long time favorite of the Russellville, Browns Valley, Waveland and New Market communities, The Russellville Community Choir is 60+ strong with voices ranging from baritone and tenor through contralto and soprano; Moms, Dads, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and kids; all local residents who enjoy singing. Eric Foster’s musical arranging talents have molded the choir into a beautiful and powerful voice of the Russellville community.
“The King Is Here” will be performed at the Russellville Community Center located at 301 South Harrison Street, Russellville. And, as a holiday bonus, dinner before the show is being offered by the Russellville Community Center.
Friday, Nov. 30: Dinner at 6 p.m. (Salisbury Steak is the main course) with “The King Is Here” performance at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 1: Dinner at 6 p.m. (Beef and Noodles is the main course) with “The King Is Here” performance at 7 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 2: Lunch at noon (Chicken and Noodles is the main course) with “The King is Here” performance at 1:30.
There is no charge for “The King Is Here” performances. There will be a free will donation accepted for the dinners and lunch. Reservations are not necessary. For further information, call the Russellville Community Center at (765) 435-3615.