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Worthington United Methodist Church

Woven Stories: American Stories of Hope

American Stories of Hope highlights themes in the African American experience and the power of hope in overcoming oppression and challenges.

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Woven Stories: American Stories of Hope
Woven Stories: American Stories of Hope

Time & Location

Feb 04, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM EST

Worthington United Methodist Church, 600 High St, Worthington, OH 43085, USA

About the event

Antoine T. Clark, conductor

Ucelli: The Columbus Cello Quartet

Mark Lomax II, composer

Cynthia Lockhart, fiber artist

Program:

Jessie Montgomery: Soul Force

Mark Lomax, II: Freedom's Train (world premiere)

William Grant Still: Darker America

Aaron Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite

American Stories of Hope highlights themes in the African American experience and the power of hope in overcoming oppression and challenges.

Dr. Mark Lomax, II, Associated Faculty in Musicology at The Ohio State University and a specialist in the socio-political and spiritual aspects of African American art music and race, will be the featured guest composer. UCelli: The Columbus Cello Quartet will perform Lomax's "Freedom's Train," written for cello quartet and chamber orchestra. Fiber Artist Cynthia Lockhart has created a woven tapestry inspired by the program's music and theme, which will be raffled off at the concert. Click this link to purchase raffle tickets: https://www.worthingtonchamberorchestra.com/product-page/raffle-tickets-for-cynthia-lockhart-fiber-art?fbclid=IwAR2MJjFtn9MsFBpAoN3ZC_EPJqVMH2l1-ohVYLqbnb5-JSNhddUO06GftoY

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