BYU Religious Education Faculty and Alumni Awards Night

One of the things I love about my career as a pianist is that it takes me many places! A neat event that I was invited to perform at was the BYU Religious Education Faculty and Alumni Dinner/Awards Night! It was a fun opportunity because I got to perform with two of my beautiful sisters, Amanda and Lisa. They are both talented vocalists, and Amanda was even featured in my last album as a soloist and has appeared on my music videos as well!
It’s also a fun excuse to get dressed up (not in my day-to-day mommy wear!) and perform and share my music!

 

That night, I performed music from two of my albums. Some of the songs I played were one of my favorite piano solo arrangements, which is ‘A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief/Sweet Hour of Prayer.’ I also performed my arrangement ‘O My Father,’ where my two sisters sang a duet and I accompany on piano.

 

This event was particularly special because I was able to attend with my father, Alexander L. Baugh, who is a Religion Professor at BYU! So as a result, it was a family get-together! My father also has many amazing publications and his most recent are ‘A Reason For Faith: The Testimonies of the Book Of Mormon Witnesses’ and ‘The Joseph Smith Papers: Volume 4″

 

I love any chance to share my music, and being invited to perform at these type of events are just ‘icing on the cake’ for me! Thanks for letting me share!

 

XOXO,
Amy

 

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