Faces of Love Concert: Celebrating the Divine Feminine February 14, 2015 8:00 PM
The features diverse and extraordinary female musicians, dancers and singers whose performances are both spiritual and contemporary arousing our deepest emotions and instincts. , an internationally known Japanese violinist/composer and member of the group is teaming up with , a Brazilian pianist and composer as the featured artists. Joining them are , professional harpist and award winning recording artist and recognized as one of the leading Gospel singers in the region. St. Louis based Leverage Dance Theater, under the direction of Diana Barrios Whitman, will accompany several of the musical performances with original choreography and dance created especially for this event. All of these spectacular artists share a commitment to internal harmony and universal peace through the vehicle of music ranging from classical to jazz, new age to gospel and a contemporary form of sacred music given the artists intention to touch your soul with sounds that heal, arouse compassion and connect to the divine feminine. (Visit “OnStage” Page for artist profiles)
Join us for the Candlelights, Chocolate and Champagne With a Purpose fundraiser that will feature delicious chocolate desserts and champagne at 7:00 PM. Your donations will support the original play Black and Blue by Lee Patton Chiles. This play explores the complicated and important relationship between the African American community and the Police. Inspired by events in Ferguson the play promotes healing. Patton will share how the play is being developed.
Call 314-721-6556 or email us at email@example.com Recommended minimum donation $20/per person. (Tax Deductible with acknowledgement of donation) Those attending this fundraiser will have the opportunity to win a free one night stay at the fabulous Moonrise Hotel in the Loop or win a $50 Certificate for their Eclipse Restaurant.
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Gitana is bringing this play to the St. Louis Public at no cost to encourage healing and understanding between our community and the Police.
Recent events in Ferguson have ruptured the denial that many had about the state of race relations and equal justice under the law in our region. This is an original play that will explore the complexity of the relationship between the African American community and Police who are charged with keeping us safe and secure. The play will be based on a compilation of interviews with policemen and members of the African American community. Community representatives from Ferguson will join professional actors on stage.
Become a member of the community of LIGHTBEARERS that support Gitana’s Global Education through the Arts program for city immigrant and African American youth with your donation of $35 or more.
Send your tax-deductible contribution to:
Gitana Productions (Lightbearers Campaign), P.O. Box 300322, St. Louis, MO 63133