Sweet Honey in the Rock with Resonance Ensemble

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Friday, April 5, 7:30 pm
This is an in-person event

The following description comes from the event organizer.

Join us for this concert of community singing and music that aspires to make the world a better place for all featuring the world-renowned a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey In The Rock®.

Known as one of the most versatile performing collectives in music today with their deep catalog of socially conscious music rooted in African-American history and culture, Sweet Honey In The Rock® celebrates its 50th anniversary this season – and their legacy aligns perfectly with Resonance Ensemble’s mission of performing music that promotes meaningful social change.

American Sign Language Interpretation at Each Performance —Every performance Sweet Honey In The Rock® gives has a core member of the group interweaving dynamic American Sign Language interpretation with the music to create a seamless ballet of movement and voice. This performance will provide an artistic bridge between the Deaf and hearing worlds.

Resonance Ensemble will open for the main act with a set of selections from their own award-winning a cappella commissions for social justice. Works include pieces by composers Jasmine Barnes, Cecille Elliott, and Damien Geter.

Join us for this remarkable event as Resonance Ensemble and Sweet Honey In The Rock® join forces to create an unforgettable evening that resonates with the power of the human voice.

Event Location

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts

12725 SW Millikan Way #240 Beaverton, OR 97005 Venue website

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