Oct. 24 show part of Gospel Café series
The monthly Gospel Café at the Howland Cultural Center on Saturday, Oct. 24, will feature Souls United of the Hudson Valley, a multi-faith choir that is celebrating its fifth year of performing. The concert begins at 7 p.m.
Most of the group’s members are from the Jewish, Christian and Baha’i faiths, although some express their spirituality without claiming a specific faith. The choir sings in celebration of the oneness of God and the oneness of humanity and will devote its performance to those who have lost their lives recently to racial violence.
The choir is composed of Goldee Green, Yaslyn D., Clyde Herring, Jan Mauras, Rose McCrea, Joanne Sollecito, Eileen Staffon and John Watson. It is directed by Tamara Bond-Williams and D. Jen Brown and accompanied by Chet Williams on keyboards and Chris Ruhe on guitar.
Tickets are available at the door for a $10 donation. The Howland Cultural Center is located at 477 Main St. in Beacon. For more information, call 845-831-4988.
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