A group of Savannah Arts Academy graduates will use the power of music to raise money for the families of the Charleston shooting victims.
A dozen former students have planned a special benefit concert for those affected by the shooting that took place nearly two months ago at Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
On June 17, 2015, nine people were shot and killed during a prayer meeting at the historic “Mother Emanuel”- including South Carolina Senator and senior pastor, Clementa Pinckney.
The program will contain sacred renaissance music of the 1500s- including William Byrd’s “Mass for Four Voices” and motets by English composers Thomas Tallis and Thomas Weelkes.
The concert will take place Tuesday, August 11, 7:30 pm at Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church. Admission is a minimum $7 donation, $5 with a student I.D.
Chamber Voices for Charleston
Tuesday, August 11th at 7:30pm
Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church
429 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA
Admission: a minimum donation of $7 or $5 with a student I.D.
Savannah Arts Academy Graduates:
Liana Mosley – Class of 2014
Kathryn Savidge – Class of 2014
Giuliana Stovall – Class of 2015
Christy Fitzmaurice – Class of 2013
Kate Bosen – Class fo 2015
Amanda Royek – Class of 2015
Caleb Stack – Class of 2014
Matthew Quintana – Class of 2015
David Hopkins – Class of 2011
Colin Harrison – Class of 2013
Matthew Portman – Class of 2013
Drew Whitlow – Class of 2013
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