New Date & Location for Summer Concert!

Due to a two week cold, I had to reschedule my concert June 10th. Below is the new date and location. I hope you can make it! 

An die Musik: A Concert by Joannah Lodico

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Creative 360 presents Mezzo-soprano, Joannah Lodico, as she returns to offer her third concert. Enjoy this summer afternoon concert at Midland Reformed Church, as she sings some of her favorite art songs and operatic arias and pays homage to music. Repertoire will feature songs by J. S. Bach, Franz Liszt, George Frideric Handel, and more. With special guest Kelley Gray. Accompanist: Sara Taylor

Sunday, July 15 / 2:30 – 3:30 pm / $12 pre-paid, $15 at the door Tickets can be purchased at

New Location! - Midland Reformed Church 1100 N Saginaw Rd, Midland, MI 48640


Joy Ike House Concert

I presented a House Concert last Saturday, and what a lovely afternoon. So intimate, relaxing, and inspiring. I hosted Joy Ike, a true artist and musician who writes, plays, and sings from the heart. It was a wonderful reminder of the power of music and sharing with others our human experiences - good, bad, and humorous.

Joy’s lyrics are down-to-earth. She is able to use to-the-point words and sentence structures that tap into ones emotions and take you beyond. You are able to grasp the emotion and story she is telling so clearly.

And you said, “Don’t ever die. You don’t fit in, but neither do I.
Don’t you pretend that nobody cares. This is me here.
You don’t fit in but neither do I. That brings me joy and life.
Joy and life”
— From Don’t Ever Die from the album All or Nothing, 2013
Joy Ike

Joy Ike

Me and Joy after her concert

Me and Joy after her concert

Joy Ike during House Concert

Joy Ike during House Concert

Her lyrics are beautifully supported by her piano (or ukulele) arrangements – opening phrases immersing the listener into the song and setting the tone for her lyrics. She also gave a new dimension to her songs by opening many of her songs with a story of what influenced their birth.

We had 12 people attend, which was just enough and created an atmosphere of inclusion and connection. As Joy states, she prefers house concerts because you are not performing at people, but connecting with people through her music. Creating connection is what it’s all about, and is exactly what Joy did. Check her out at and schedule a house concert with her! You will not regret it.