Voces Solis presents the 13th annual Summer Singers, featuring an ensemble of nearly 120 performing a varied selection of choral repertoire under the skilled direction of artistic director Dr. Ryan Keeling. The concert takes place at 7:00PM in the FPCE Sanctuary on Saturday, August 12.
Founded in 2011, Summer Singers is committed to bringing together musicians, teachers, and lovers of choral music to share in the art and fellowship of choral singing. Our goal is to elevate our own standards of musicianship while rekindling our love for music making, enabling us to pass this fire on to our students and fellow musicians.
Concerts are free and open to the public. Donations will gladly be accepted to continue the work of Voces Solis in providing the highest quality choral music to the Pittsburgh and surrounding regions.
RSVP to the Facebook event here: fb.me/e/12vridKBg
Parking options are shown on this map for the Edgewood concert. There are spaces in the lot at the next door Western PA School for the Deaf, as well as on-street parking on East Swissvale Ave. Those with mobility issues can use the spaces right next to the church and enter using the side ramp door.
Vocal Confluence's summer show is on the books for July 1st and 2nd in the FPCE Sanctuary. From classic barbershop arrangements to vocal jazz, there will be something for everyone. We are thrilled to also feature BHS International Quartet Finalists, Gimme Four! You don't want to miss this!
RSVP to our Saturday show: https://fb.me/e/4eNGtJRy2
RSVP to our Sunday show: https://fb.me/e/ZiRvplcx
Save the date - Wilkinsburg Community Ministry will be participating in #OneDay on August 1st, hosted by The Pittsburgh Foundation
On Tuesday, Aug. 1, from 8 AM to 11:59 PM, The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County will host a Critical Needs Alert online giving event to support basic needs and the safety net of essential human services in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. These essential services are facing new challenges brought on by the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
#ONEDAY benefits nonprofits that provide direct service in five areas that will strengthen the safety net of essential human services: