ST. PAUL (Feb. 2, 2015) — Claiming the Sky: Voices of Phenomenal Women, an inspiring and relevant concert featuring the extraordinary talent of VocalPoint, with special guests, Zenon Dance Company; Nicole Warner; Chimgee Haltarhuu; and Nothando Zulu will be held Saturday, Feb. 7 and Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, with concerts beginning at 4 p.m. at Central Presbyterian Church, 500 Cedar Street, in downtown Saint Paul (Next to the MPR building, and on the Green Line).
Get your tickets in advance and save money. $15 in advance; $20 at door; $5 students.
A free-will donation will benefit The Advocates for Human Rights’ work to make a better, safer world for women and girls. Tickets and information at VocalPointChorus.org or TheAdvocatesForHumanRights.org.
Due to the mature subject matter of violence against women, age discretion is advised.
VocalPoint is an intense choral experience that challenges people through music to build a better world. The auditioned choir of immensely talented people has worked with such gifted musicians as Maria Jette, Steve Staruch, KrisAnne Weiss, Jearlyn Steele, and Copper Street Brass Quintet.
Each year, VocalPoint selectes a worthy cause that will make a dramatic impact in everyday lives. It has chosen The Advocates for Human Rights to be its 2015 beneficiary, and will donate 100 percent of performance-driven donations to the organization to make a better, safer world for women and girls.
Learn about VocalPoint’s special guests for the concert series: Zenon Dance Company; mezzo-soprano Nicole Warner; dancer and circus performer, Chimgee Haltarhuu; and Nothando Zulu, president of the Black Storytellers Alliance.
The Advocates for Human Rights envisions a world in which people live with dignity, freedom, justice, equality, and peace. A non-profit, volunteer-based organization, The Advocates saves lives, fights injustice, restores peace, and builds the human rights movement here at home and around the world.