Marching to Freedom

On demand February 14 - March 14

From slavery to the Civil War, Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Era of the 60s and even in our own time, the road to freedom for African Americans has been long and arduous. Gospel and spiritual pieces and art songs composed by Black Americans paint a picture of the struggle for freedom.

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Choral Artists Chamber Chorus
Michael Stewart, piano
Joseph Holt, piano and conductor


Hogan Walk Together Children
Leavitt Bound for the Promised Land
Helvey Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen
Harlan Balm in Gilead
Dawson Ain’t-a that Good News
Hogan Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
Kern Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Leavitt All My Trials
Tate Soon Ah Will Be Done
Schrader Every Time I Feel the Spirit
Rutter Deep River
Gilpin There’s Room for Many-a More
Dilworth Dreams
Beck Shine a Little Light
Neff Free at Last
Rutter When the Saints Go Marching In

On – Demand February 14 – March 14, 2021