Westbury UMC is hosting a spring music series featuring choir performances and solo artists. All events are free and open to the public.
March 25 @ 10:45 am | Centenary College Choir
The 60 voices of the Centenary College Choir will sing in worship at Westbury UMC. Hailed as “America’s Singing Ambassadors,” this internationally known collegiate choral group sings a myriad repertoire of both sacred and secular music. The choir is comprised of undergraduate students at Centenary College of Louisiana, a private, United Methodist liberal arts institution. More about the choir at: www.centenary.edu/choir
April 1 @ 10:45 am | The Rose of Calvary
Westbury UMC's festival choir and 30-piece orchestra will perform Joseph Martin's dramatic cantata on Palm Sunday. Using vivid imagery through song and narration, "The Rose of Calvary" tells the story of Jesus' ministry, passion, death and triumphant resurrection.
April 15 @ 10:45 am and 6:00 pm | Missy Wise
Having just released her second album, “Issues,” the soulful Missy Wise is an advocate for the 27 million victims of modern-day slavery. “Music is the vehicle by which I get to spread the message of love, justice, and mercy I find in a relationship with Christ,” she says. Westbury UMC will welcome her in morning worship, as well as in concert that afternoon. More about the artist at: www.missywise.com
April 22 @ 6:00 pm | Celia Whitler
Singer-songwriter Celia Whitler will be in concert, weaving together songs and storytelling. She is best known for her laid-back concert style, performing solo with just an acoustic guitar. More about the artist at: www.celiamusic.net
Posted on Wed, March 7, 2012
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