Britton & Geiman

Britton & Geiman – Livestream

Thursday, April 15Thu, Apr 15 at 7:00 PM ET

Beginning April 8, join us Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM Eastern in April and May for a livestream concert series featuring area musicians, broadcasting from La Luna Recording Studio in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood.

Thom Britton (piano/organ) and Keith Geiman (trumpet) are a duo that has been entertaining audiences with their diverse repertoire and musical versatility since 2012. Having performed for audiences in Michigan, Ohio, New York, and Vermont, their eclectic concert programing brings together different styles and genres of music from medieval to modern.

For this performance, they will be performing their “Songs and Dances” program which gracefully showcases the brilliance, beauty and expressive quality of the trumpet and piano combination.

Please note: this show must be watched live; there will be no replay available.

About the Musicians

Thom Britton is currently the principal organist, and music / worship leader for Messiah Lutheran Church in Constantine, Michigan. Born in Marietta, Ohio, Thom has been a resident of Southwest Michigan for several years and has accompanied many musical performers and played for numerous groups and organizations in the area.

Originally form Sykesville, Maryland, Keith Geiman is currently 2nd trumpet with the Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra, and he has performed with many other orchestras and organizations in the Southwest Michigan area. Keith is very passionate and highly committed to music education; besides maintaining his own private studio of around 50 students, he is also the adjunct trumpet instructor at Kalamazoo College.


Support for this livestream was arranged through the Kalamazoo Federation of Musicians, with a grant provided by the Music Performance Trust Fund, which is funded by Recording Companies in Canada and the United States.

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