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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016
A night with the American Spiritual Ensemble
Concert
Date: November 9 - 10, 2012

Location: Multiple Locations


Contact: First Presbyterian Church
Phone: 704.332.5123

 

A night with the American Spiritual Ensemble sponsored by the Firebird Arts Alliance will hold concerts over two days on Friday, November 9th at 7 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 200 West Trade Street, Charlotte and on Saturday November 10th at 7pm at New St. John's Baptist Church 300 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte.


clientuploads/Misc/americanspiritualensemble_2.gifWorld-renowned American Spiritual Ensemble will present an evening of beloved spirituals, folk and Broadway songs from some of the finest singers in the classical music world. The vocalists have thrilled audiences around the world with their dynamic renditions of classic spirituals and Broadway numbers.

Saturday's performance will include local & regional choirs.


Admission is free and donations are welcome. For more Info about the event: http://www.singblacksingwhite.org/


For more information about The American Spiritual Ensemble, please see their website at www.americanspiritualensemble.com

 




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