The spring concert, which normally features a compilation of songs ranging from traditional and contemporary African-American gospel to music written by their dynamic and talented director, is the highlight of the choral season and is their largest fundraising effort each year. Mosaic Harmony’s concerts are high-energy, inspiring performances that leave their audiences feeling uplifted and encouraged. Bringing together people of diverse cultures, ages, backgrounds, and more than 17 faith traditions to celebrate humanity is Mosaic Harmony’s vision to be a source of inspiration on a local, national, and global level. The choir has performed in a variety of locations over the years, including the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, the Pentagon, Mary Washington College, and has raised tens of thousands of dollars for charities including Coats for Kids, Capital Hospice, Buganda University, the Brain Tumor Foundation, the Lakota Nation and Habitat for Humanity, as well as many other charitable causes. The choir’s performances have provided encouragement and hope to families in hospice care, residents of mental health facilities, residents living in retirement communities, and to the general public for 17 years. The choir’s 2009-2010 season is slated to begin on Tuesday, September 8 with their first rehearsal taking place at UUCF, 2709 Hunter Mill Road, Oakton, VA at 7:30pm.
Sponsorship opportunities and ticket sales for the May concert will become available in the coming months. For more information on the choir, performance schedule or the rehearsals, visit the website at www.mosaicharmony.org
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Mosaic Harmony draws on the rich heritage of African-American inspirational music to demonstrate and encourage unity in the midst of diversity. Mosaic Harmony brings together people of diverse cultures, ages, backgrounds, and more than 17 faith traditions to celebrate humanity. Their mission is to unify the world, one song at a time. To schedule a performance, please contact email@example.com