In celebrating Black History Month, Black Sacred Music will be performed by the Miami Oratorio Society. Jazz vocalist and a Jazz band will be pioneering African-American classical and jazz composers, Directed by Andrew Anderson Featuring jazz & gospel vocalist Tiffany Hall & Aaron Lebos Reality Jazz Band
A second chance to listen to the earth tones of the Miami Oratorio chorus and a taste of sweet jazz. Directed by Andrew Anderson Featuring jazz & gospel vocalist Tiffany Hall & Aaron Lebos Reality Jazz Band
This workshop is aimed to develop individual voices and choral ensembles with a foundation in classical technique, but also encompassing the techniques required for authentic performances across a range of styles, from classical to contemporary.
Countdown to February 10, 2018
North Dade Regional Library
2455 NW 183rd St.
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
A Celebration of Music, Culture & Black History
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The Miami Oratorio Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation founded in 1976 by Victor D. Kelly. The main purpose of the organization was and is, to culturally enhance the South Florida community with music. The Society has performed extensively through the years in churches, in the city of Miami, throughout the State of Florida, in New York and abroad. The Miami Oratorio Society is currently under the directorship of Andrew Anderson.For information and to become a member of MOS musical organization please contact Mrs. Gloria Christian at 954-486-9164 or Judith Feldman . The Miami Oratorio Society is supported in part by a grant from Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.
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