The Milton Theatre Renaissance Initiative...Celebrating 5 Years!

Celebrating 5 Years!

The Milton Theatre Renaissance Initiative...Celebrating 5 Years!

Jul 6, 2019

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

$70.00

This event is all ages

6:30 Heavy hors d'oeuvres, Silent Auction, Live Music, Cash Bar

7:30 Building Campaign Updates and Special Guest Musician

8:15 Decadent Desserts, Final Auction Bids, Cash Bar

8:30 Address by Fred Munzert and Special Guest Musician

The Milton Theatre
The Milton Theatre
The historic Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.
Calliope Project
Calliope Project
Raising 2.5 million to preserve the Milton Theatre's legacy and assure its status as a premier arts and entertainment venue for generations to come.

Calliope Project provides quality live programming and educational opportunities to the DelMarVa Peninsula in order to enrich and develop artistic culture for all ages.

THE CALLIOPE PROJECT IS A 501 C3 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION. ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE IN ACCORDANCE TO REGULATIONS. NO GOODS OR SERVICES WERE PROVIDED IN EXCHANGE FOR THIS GIFT, THEREFORE YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO TAX DEDUCTION. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR TAX ADVISOR.
Joy Slavens
Joy Slavens
Joy Slavens grew up in Trappe, Maryland, graduated from Penn View Bible Institute, and has lived in Sussex County, DE with her husband since 1988. They have two boys, Chris and Scott.
Joy began studying piano at age seven, and has been giving lessons for more than twenty-five years. After seeing a harpist at her own church, she became fascinated with this unique instrument, and began studying under Rebecca Smith of Crofton, MD for eight years. Joy teaches over 35 students which include piano and harp.

Presently Joy is on staff at St. John’s U.M. Church in Seaford, DE as church accompanist and assistant music director.

Joy loves to create new arrangements of many styles of music, and writes original compositions and publishes her music which is sold throughout the U.S. and has been favorably reviewed by harp publications.

Joy also has a harp ensemble, Expressions of Joy, which performs several times a year. They perform for churches, libraries, retirement communities, with a variety of styles of music.

“Music is my passion”, Joy says, “and I am forever grateful to have been blessed with the gift of music. I find it to be rewarding that many others get to share in this gift through my music, or by learning for themselves.” Serving God is also my passion, doing whatever He asks, whenever He wants, while being His vessel to be used by Him bringing others closer to Him.