Stephen Beus, classical pianist returns to Cannon Beach, to perform a Memorial Benefit Classical Piano Concert, Friday, October 22, 7pm. Donations will be received at the door with all proceeds to benefit Helping Hands. Stephen Beus, a professional Steinway pianist, returns to Cannon Beach to perform a classical concert at Cannon Beach Community Church, on the 7-foot Steinway Grand Piano. This concert is a Memorial Benefit Concert being held in memory of the CEO of Escape Lodging, Tom Drumheller, who died in Cannon Beach four years ago, in September 2017. Stephen Beus teaches Piano Performance at Brigham Young University, and is an internationally acclaimed concert pianist, with recitals and performances across the United States as well as in Kazakhstan, Russia, Finland, Denmark, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Georgia, China, France, Italy, Portugal, the Czech Republic, and Morocco. Fanfare magazine writes: “His playing is strikingly original and . . . he has an interpretive voice all his own. . . Above all, his playing is so natural as to seem effortless and the sound he produces has extraordinary richness and depth, not quite like anyone else’s.” This piano concert is part of the 4th Annual Cannon Beach Steinway Piano Concert Series hosted by Cannon Beach Community Church.