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Songs of Hope and Freedom-October 21

  • Kettering Adventist Church 3939 Stonebridge Road Kettering, OH, 45419 United States (map)

Embrace the Passion that gives us hope in the pursuit of freedom 

We kick off our 2018~2019 season of Hope and Passion with two concerts in October. We’ll lift our voices with the renowned Central State University Chorus, Jeremy Winston Director, with spirituals and songs that embody hope and freedom.

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The Performers

Central State University Chorus | Jeremy Winston director | Nanyi Qiang accompanist
Bach Society Chorus | John Neely music director | R. Alan Kimbrough accompanist

The Music

The God Who Gave Us Life and I Shall Not Die Without a Hope from “The Testament of Freedom” | Randall Thompson
Steal Away | Moses Hogan
Joshua Fit The Battle of Jericho
Daniel, Daniel, Servant of the Lord | Undine Moore
Steady Soldier | Diedre Robinson
Oh, What a Beautiful City | Eurydice Osterman
The Word Was God | Rosephanye Powell
Set Me As A Seal | Rene Clausen
Ching-A-Ring-Chaw and Zion’s Walls from “Old American Songs” | Aaron Copland
Shenandoah | Bob Chilcott
Sure On This Shining Night | Morten Lauridsen
Four Spirituals | Adolphus Hailstork
Battle Hymn of The Republic | Peter J. Wilhousky

Go to Kettering Adventist Church

We perform in the sanctuary of Kettering Adventist Church at 3939 Stonebridge Road in Kettering, Ohio. Get directions from Dayton or Cincinnati. Parking is free and the facility is handicap accessible from the north entrance. Small children are welcome, and if needed, parents may use the special concert-viewing area for infants and toddlers.

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Earlier Event: October 19
Songs of Hope and Freedom - October 19