Friday, September 25, 2015 | Saturday, September 26, 2015
NEWorks was a presenting partner for Ithaca College's Eleventh Annual High School Gospel Music Invitational. Some 200 high school students from around the country participated in this two-day intensive workshop, led by NEWorks CEO Nolan Williams, Jr. along with a stellar team of national choral directors. The culminating concert featured the choir in performance with the Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra and Gospel recording artist Danton Whitley.
NEWorks is proud to have organized church visits in support of the Washington National Opera's production of APPOMATTOX and to promote the Community-wide Spirituals Sing. The visits featured solo performances by WNO principal Soloman Howard; WNO Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Leah Hawkins; WNO Choristers Kehembe Eichelberger, Angeli Ferrette and Darnell Roulhac; and vocalists Kelvin Page and Linda Campbell of the Ben Holt-D.C. Branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians at the following churches: Nineteenth Street Baptist Churct Baptist Church
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Presented by NEWorks in partnership with the Mann Center for the Performing Arts
General Roger and Vivian Blunt
D.C.-Ben Holt Memorial Branch
Moderated by HILL HARPER
Thursday, September 24, 2015
For a second consecutive year, NEWorks provided musical support for the Susan G. Komen Foundation's Honoring the Promise Kennedy Center Gala, performing with British singer/songwriter Matt Goss.
Friday, October 29, 2015
NEWorks organized a 40-voice community choir to perform for the Mayor's Arts Awards. The choir performed with Kevin Ross and the Capital City Symphony.
Pictured: The Historic Lincoln Theater
Saturday, September 12, 2015
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