PROJECT I: A concert to assure the innate worth and dignity of

each OTHER

"We LOVED sharing this amazing experience with you!" - Lee Hoffman, Founding Artistic Director

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YOU WERE THERE, YOU BROUGHT PEOPLE! We ran out of programs!!!

7:00 pm, Saturday, March 23, 2019
Sacramento City College
Performing Arts Center, PAC 150 {CAMPUS MAP}
Tickets available at the door and at eventbritE


WHAT/WHO IS ON THE PROGRAM?

Pre-Concert Performances by Sacramento City College Music Students

CONCERT: accompanied by Heather Razo, piano

Singing bowl: Gordon Zerkel

Paintings by Teo Weldon

Meet Me Here by Craig Hella Johnson, adapted by Catherine Coda and Lee Hoffman, featuring Catherine Coda, Lauren DeGruccio, Marie Fairbairn, Joan Kudin, Maihnia Lee, Laura Leek, Mayling Lopez, Tatiana Soliz, Sandra Swanfeldt, Jacquelyn Wenneker

In Meeting We Are Blessed by Troy D. Robertson, featuring Mike Crain, percussion

Pam Inman, advocate: People experiencing homelessness

Alma llanera (Soul of the Plains) by Pedro Gutierrez, arr. Angel Sauce

Vocalise by Sergei Rachmaninoff, featuring Galina Orlova, soprano and Heather Razo, piano; the text of the poem "Promise Me" by Thich Nhat Hanh projected simultaneously.

Nilsen Gomez-Tabal: Undocu-Resource Program, Sacramento City College

Prayer of the Children by Kurt Bestor, arr. by Mark Hayes

Lincoln Scott, Alexa Irvin: poems

Please Stay by Jake Runestad - performed by the Sacramento City College Vocal Ensemble, directed by Daniel Paulson

Lincoln Scott, Amelia Crary: poems

All of Us from CONSIDERING MATTHEW SHEPARD by Craig Hella Johnson, featuring solo trio Elise Savoy, Shantra Muther, and Alexa Irvin

Faye Kennedy and Pamela Anderson: California Poor People's Campaign

Wealth Enough for Me from FOR A BREATH OF ECSTASY by Michael John Trotta, featuring Rob Knable, clarinet

Levi Lowe as Frederick Douglass: "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" - July 5, 1852 speech

ALL SING: Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing by J. Rosamond Johnson

Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing by J. Rosamond Johnson, arr. by Zanaida Robles, featuring Sheryl Counter, soprano