The Ilse Newell Fund for the Performing Arts will present musician, composer, filmmaker and Forgotten Coast resident Sammy Tedder this Sunday afternoon, Jan. 13 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 6th St and Avenue E, in Apalachicola.

Tedder, who brings a unique style and virtuosity to the performance stage, will perform a variety of his original compositions from his five albums, “Apalachicola River,” “Living Waters,” “Big Cypress Swamp,” “Transitions,” and his latest “Grooves, Drives, and Ballads.”

Known as much for being a naturalist as well as a musician, Tedder’s recordings blend a variety of nature sounds that feature a mix of keyboard, saxophone jazz, flute, and unique wind instruments.

Doors at Trinity open at 3:30 p.m. and concert starts at 4 p.m. Admission is $10 per person, payable in cash at the door. Open seating. Students may attend for free.

There will be an open meet-n-greet reception immediately after the performance in Benedict Hall.