Don’t miss your chance to be part of one of the most exciting events in Southwest Florida, the annual Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs Concert, presented by Storytellers Creative Arts to be held Sunday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at Covenant Church of Naples, Tamiami Trail North near Pelican Bay.
Experience a joy-filled plethora of hymns and special music performed in various genres, including gospel, jazz, bluegrass, and classical, with audience participation.
The concert will feature a mass Gospel Choir and other notable artists: Concert pianist Tamra Richardt, Naples Philharmonic’s principal bassist Kevin Mauldin and principal second violin Dave Mastrangelo, South African recording artist Audrey Mbuyazi, vocalists Christi Cole, Amy Bright and Lisa Velasquez, Naples percussionist Chad Craig, musician & conductor Jeff Faux, violinist Jeff Leigh, bestselling author and storyteller Bob Petterson, and more.
Admission is free, but tickets are required. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/psalms-hymns-and-spiritual-songs-concert-tickets-162579330153
Concert attendees will hear their stories of hope and healing and have the opportunity to support the ministry as it continues to fulfill its mission of healing and transforming lives through the arts. Adding to the unparalleled enjoyment is knowing that the generous free-will donations contribute to Storytellers Creative Arts’ programs and outreach to the underprivileged, homeless, and in recovery.
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Storytellers Creative Arts (SCA) is a faith-based non-profit serving Southwest Florida with a singular focus: Healing and transforming lives through the arts. It does so by creating healing and nurturing arts outreach programs to touch the underprivileged. Programs include visual and performing arts, storytelling, and music. In addition to its programs reaching the disadvantaged, SCA partners with David Lawrence Center Crossroads Adult Recovery, Youth Haven, New Horizons After-School Clubs of SWFL, Amigos Family Center and Pathways Early Education in Immokalee, and other outreach programs to bring hope and healing to the least, the lost and the last.