Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members present Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back.
"Sometimes the only out is back through."
Last April, Plymouth Church’s Youth Forum went on a life-changing trip, retracing the actual steps of the American Civil Rights Movement. Upon their return, the 10 high school aged youth and their leaders compiled their experiences into a book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement. Join us as the youth and a wide variety of local musicians lead us on a moving journey toward openness, understanding, and a path toward dismantling racism through understanding white supremacy and privilege.
This event will feature an exciting world-premiere of Kyrie, a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum's new book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement, with significant contributions from local civil rights leaders. Taking us through the first steps of understanding, this new work shows us what we can do to begin the process toward personally dismantling white privilege, supremacy, and racism.
$15 suggested donation at the door.
Plymouth Congregational Church, The Youth Forum (A Ministry of Plymouth Congregational Church), All Pilgrims Christian Church, reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, and the Institute for Social Change through the Arts
To see Plymouth Church's complete season schedule, click here.
reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble will be performing at Horizon House in Seattle on January 10th at 7:00 PM.
reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble will be performing on Saturday, December 16th at 2:00 PM at Bailey Boushay House.
Bailey-Boushay was founded as a way to address the housing and health care needs of people living with AIDS. Today, Bailey-Boushay continues to serve people with HIV/AIDS as well as those who need end-of-life care with conditions including cancer, ALS and Huntington's disease, among others.
You can find out more about Bailey-Boushay House at www.bailey-boushay.org
reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble presents "Reformed & Reforming, celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation."
This concert will also feature Skyros String Quartet, Kyle Erickson, Trumpeter, and special musical guests Steve Thoreson, tenor, and Andrew Marshall, sound healer. This exciting event will feature the world premiere of "From Death to New Life: A Requiem Mass for the Church," by Michael Austin Miller and Stephen Marshall-Ward. A free-will offering will be taken to cover concert expenses.
Join us before the concert at 6:15 PM for the Meet the Composers’ Pre-Concert Lecture in the chapel.
“Pre-Concert Music” provided by Dr. Norma Aamodt-Nelson (organ) and Kyle Erickson (trumpet).
The Greater Seattle Choral Consortium is proud to announce our third Seattle Sings Choral Festival to be held on October 12, 13 and 14 at Seattle First Baptist Church. The GSCC is a non-profit service organization which provides advocacy, support, resource sharing, and outreach to more than sixty choruses throughout the Puget Sound region. In keeping with our mission and vision, the Consortium is proud to gather together 35 of our member choirs in a three-day event of FREE public performances.
reSound will be performing on the evening of Saturday, October 14th, from 6:40-7:00pm. Free parking will be available.