Holland, MI, September 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Lorence & Vander Zwart helps extend a 10 yearlong community musical service. The newly named Free@3 inaugural performance will now be held at the First Reformed Church on 630 State St. on Sunday, September 19th at 3:00 pm. It is open to the public, for all ages and is free of charge.
The first concert will feature piano, string quartet and oboe in a recital commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of composer Robert Schumann. “The series has been going on for over a decade. I’m passionate because I love music and I have spent my life playing, teaching, performing and bringing music to others,” said Joan Conway, the founder and director of the music program.
Many community supporters have come together to carry forward this tradition. First Reformed Church provided a venue to play at; underwriting was given by Lorence & Vander Zwart and Joan Conway, and a new Mason & Hamlin grand piano was donated by the family of William and Clarice DeHaan. “I’m glad we were able to help out. So many people benefit from this event; it has been around so long, I can’t imagine it going away,” said Ryan Vander Zwart, an Investment Advisor Representative with NEXT Financial Group, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC.
Lorence & Vander Zwart provides comprehensive wealth management services primarily to West Michigan residents and business owners. The firm has also been published in the Grand Rapids Business Journal and is an avid sponsor of local high school and college athletic programs as well as the Holland’s Evergreen Commons Senior Center.
Lorence is the current president of the Holland Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He is a co-founder of NEXT Financial Holdings, Inc. Lorence holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Cornerstone University.
Vander Zwart is a former officer and current board member of the Holland Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He is a member of the Financial Planning Association. Vander Zwart holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Hope College.
Conway is founder of the Herrick Library Series, and was, for 10 years, artistic director of the Chamber Music Festival of Saugatuck. She was professor of music at Hope College where she taught piano and coordinated and performed on the Faculty Recital Series. Before coming to Hope, she spent 13 years in New York City, earning a master’s degree in piano performance from the Manhattan School of Music, performing and teaching. A chamber musician, soloist and collaborative pianist, she has appeared with area artists, and is known as a two-piano and piano four-hands performer.
For more information, please contact Ryan Vander Zwart at 616.394.4994, or visit www.lvzadvisors.com. Securities offered through NEXT Financial Group, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Lorence & Vander Zwart is not affiliated with NEXT Financial Group, Inc. 240 S. River, Holland, MI 49423