PRLog - Sep. 2, 2009 - OAKTON, Va. -- Oakton, VA — Mosaic Harmony, an interfaith, multicultural community choir based in Northern Virginia, was selected this past July to perform at the fall fundraiser that will benefit Interfaith Voices, the nation’s leading religion news magazine on public radio reporting on the many ways religion informs our politics and culture.
Choir director Rev. David K. North and choir member Suzanne Reynolds (Tenor) were recently interviewed by Maureen Fiedler, creator and host of the show, which is heard on over 63 stations in North America. The interview is scheduled to air on Saturday September 12 at 2:00pm on a worldwide webcast on Universal Christian Radio, www.universalchristianradio.com and in the Washington metropolitan area on Sunday, September 13 at 3:00pm on 88.5 WAMU FM, the American University based radio station.
This concert kicks off the choir’s 17th season and is their first for the Interfaith Voices organization and will feature selections from the choir’s wide ranging repertoire as well as some original songs penned by the choir’s director. The concert will be held at the River Road Unitarian Church in Bethesda, Maryland on Saturday, October 3, 2009 at 7:30pm. Advance tickets are available for the concert at $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and students and kids under 12 are free. For more information on Interfaith Voices, visit their website www.interfaithradio.org and for more information on Mosaic Harmony, www.mosaicharmony.org
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Interfaith Voices is the nation’s leading religion news magazine on public radio. Through honest interviews and reporting each week, Maureen Fiedler probes the many ways that religion informs our politics and culture. In so doing, Interfaith Voices has grown to become an independent resource for religious and secular listeners on 63 stations in North America.
Mosaic Harmony’s concerts are high-energy, inspiring performances that leave their audiences feeling uplifted and encouraged. Music performed by the choir includes traditional and contemporary gospel to new music written by its dynamic and talented director, the Reverend David K. North. 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.