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AMASONG presents Songs of Power

Location: Illinois, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
Voicing: Women
Amasong: Champaign-Urbana's Premier Lesbian/Feminist Chorus presents our winter concert, "Songs of Power," on December 11 and 12.
 
Music can change the world. From the Underground Railroad in the United States to the struggles against Apartheid and AIDS in South Africa...From the empowerment of one woman in the ancient world to the peace and justice movements of today...Singing has the power to join minds, hearts, and hands in work for positive change. Join us for a special winter concert, the first of our 20th anniversary season, and hear AMASONG give voice to SONGS OF POWER that will inspire your thinking and ignite your spirit.
 

McKinley Presbyterian Church 809 S Fifth St Champaign, IL
Saturday December 11th 7:30 PM
Sunday December 12th 4:00 PM
 
Suggested donation $15-$25 (More if you can, less if you can't)
 
PROGRAM
 
Thulele Mama Ya         Lisa Young
Manx Lullaby                Traditional Manx Folk Song, arr. Meagan Johnson Smith
She Who Makes Her Meaning Clear (Gamba Adisa)            Joan Szymko
Keep Your Lamps        Negro Spiritual, arr. Kristina Boerger
Ise Oluwa                    Traditional Yoruba Song
 
Now I Walk In Beauty  Gregg Smith, Traditional Navajo Text
World Wide Tuning Meditation      Pauline Oliveros
Be Like the Bird           Abbie Betinis, Text by Victor Hugo
Magnificat                    Christine Donkin
Saphela Isizwe            Traditional Zulu Folk Song, as taught by the Durban Westville Prison Women's Choir
Keep On Moving Forward       Pat Humphries (as sung by emma's revolution)
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