June 8, 2017 at 12:26 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
18th Street Singers offer spring concert
18th Street Singers, gay news, Washington Blade

18th Street Singers (Photo courtesy 18th Street Singers)

The 18th Street Singers present their annual spring concert, “The Key of Life,” at Luther Place Memorial Church (1226 Vermont Ave., N.W.) on Saturday, June 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 18 at 2 p.m.

The ensemble will sing a mix of contemporary classical, spirituals, pop music and more. The group will sing selections from Imogen Heap, Dave Matthews Band, Emilie Sande, Eric Whitacre and Bach. They will also perform the D.C. premiere of “What Do You Think I Fought For at Omaha Beach?” by Melissa Dunphy and a movement from “Seven Last Words of the Unarmed” by Joel Thompson. The show closes out with an arrangement of “Glory” from the film, “Selma.” Words Beats and Life’s D.C. Youth Poet Laureate Kenneth “Kenny” Carroll III will join in for the finale performance.

Early bird tickets before Monday, June 12 are $15. Senior tickets are $10 and students are free. There is also an option to pay what you can. For more details, visit 18thstreetsingers.com.

Comments are closed
© Copyright Brown, Naff, Pitts Omnimedia, Inc. 2020. All rights reserved.