RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 1!

Tickets purchased for 2/22 will be honored on March 1

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A Choir of The Spirituals Project

Sharing the legacy of the spirituals through dynamic performances

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2015 REAP National Conference on the Spirituals

We are currently soliciting proposals for presentations and workshops that focus on the spirituals as a tool for social justice.

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Nikki Giovanni and Art Jones

reaping the harvest at the first REAP National Conference on the Spirituals

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Our
2014-15 Season

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the voting rights movement in Selma, Al, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Vincent G. Harding

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RESCHEDULED!
Singing for Freedom II:
50 Years Since Selma

Due to the weather, our event originally scheduled for Sunday, February 22 has been re-scheduled to Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Lakewood Cultural Center.

If you purchased a ticket and plan to attend next Sunday, those tickets will be honored. However, if you require a refund, please contact the Lakewood Cultural Center Box Office at (303) 987-7845.

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$15 General Admission
$12.00 Students/Seniors
$6.50 Children

featuring
The Choir of The Spirituals Project
with special guests
The 303 Choir
and Jonny 5 of the Flobots

The spirituals served as the “soundtrack of a revolution” when they were revived as “freedom songs” for the American Civil Rights movement. The Spirituals Project Choir celebrates the 50th anniversary of the pivotal Voting Rights campaigns in Selma, Alabama, and the passage of the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965. Special guests for this event include the awesome new 303 Choir and Jonny 5 of the Flobots. Come on out and join us in celebrating our shared past, present, and future.

Tickets available exclusively through the Lakewood Cultural Center Box Office at (303) 987-7845.

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"When music is created during a time of intense personal and collective crises, it ends up transcending the circumstances of its original creation. This is music that is timeless." ~ Dr. Arthur C. Jones, Founder