Concert Celebrating Black History Month – February 6 – at 6:30 pm featuring Elégie
Elégie is a male vocal ensemble that began in 2015 in Cleveland, OH. Formed by four classically trained vocalists the multi-genre based group sings everything from Bach to Boyz II Men. With dynamic stylings and wide vocal ranges the group performs in a distinct style across multiple genres. They have opened for several nationally renowned artists including Black Violin, Durand Bernarr and Geoffrey Golden to name a few. The gentlemen have worked in opera, theatre, choruses, soloists and music directors individually since 2012.The group is currently working on continuing to perform across the country while preparing to launch a double album in 2022. Also featured are: Jon Thomas, Kimberly Wilson and Alcee Chriss III.
Although vocal performers will not be masked, the in-person audience will be required to wear masks for the duration of the concert. There will be ample space between the performers and audience. Go to https://st-stephens-black-history-2022.eventbrite.com/ to register on Eventbrite if you will be attending in person or via LiveStream. A $20 donation is suggested, and more generous sponsorships are also welcome. Those attending in person must show proof of vaccination for entry. A link to the LiveStream will be sent before the performance to those who have registered.