Taubl family to perform at Linden Baptist Church
Published 12:00 am Friday, July 22, 2005
The Taubl family, John and Carol, along with their seven musical children will be performing at 6:30 p.m. on July 27 at Linden Baptist Church.
Their music has been touching the hearts and souls of people for almost 10 years performing with a unique blend of vocal harmonies and stringed instruments. These award-winning musicians invite you and your family to join them for an enchanted evening of joy, faith and unforgettable music.
Twins Jeremiah and James are 9, Jeremiah plays violin and sings while James plays viola and sings. Samuel, age 11, has been accepted into the pre-college program of the Juliard School in New York City and plays cello. Jack, age 14, plays viola and sings. Annabelle, age 18, has performed abroad on her harp. Emily, age 19, is a student at the Yale School of music and plays cello. Gretchen, age 21, studies viola at the Hartt School of music in Hartford and sings.
Carol Taubl sums up their music as coming through God.
“There’s definitely something supernatural that takes place at our concerts and it’s certainly nothing that we take credit for,” Taubl said. “I believe that it is the moving of God in people’s hearts who are hungry to find some meaning in life.”
Linden Baptist Church encourages guests to attend. You don’t want to miss this worship opportunity.