The duo of trumpet player Dan Reed and pianist Nicole Pesce will be featured in a concert 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at Bellevue Heights Church, 9440 W. Hutton Drive.
Admission is free.
The concert is the last in a series of 2022 performances at the Sun City church, known as Summer Sundae Sunday.
Also appearing in the spotlight will be singer Renee Grant Patrick and violinist Suzanne Lansford, who perform locally with Pesce in a group known as We3.
After the program, attendees are invited to enjoy free ice cream sundaes in Franklin Hall.
Reed began playing trumpet at age nine. As a high school student, he played in the Youth Symphony Orchestra in his hometown of St. Louis. He is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in music performance. For many years he played professionally with Carnival Cruise Lines and later with Princess Cruise Lines where he was Director of Music. Since arriving in Arizona, Reed has been featured musician in many bands.
Pesce began playing piano at age seven and quickly committed more than 100 songs to memory. As a teenager, she appeared on the Jerry Lewis MDA telethon and has performed with such show business notables as Debbie Reynolds, Pat Boone, Buddy Greco, Rich Little and others. She has composed more than 300 songs.
Vocalist Renee Grant Patrick is daughter of the late George Grant of the world-famous Ink Spots. The violin artistry of Suzanne Lansford has been on display at many venues in the Valley.
Call 623-977-8308 or visit bhcsuncity.com, where the concert also will be available for on-line viewing.