Women's
HOPE Chorale

Singing to Inspire

Celebrating our 22nd Season

Still I Rise

A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION CONCERT

MAY 7, 2017

"Though I have been wounded; aching heart, full of pain, still I rise, yes, still I rise..."

Join us for an afternoon of raising our voices to end violence against women at Still I Rise, a Community Conversation Concert.

The program includes a panel discussion on violence against women with James Meinert of Safe Connections, Marie Montano of the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Adrian Bracy of the YWCA, and Detective Mark Kurkowski of the St. Louis Police Department. The issue is brought to life through powerful visual art displays that include Cathy Lander-Goldberg’s Resilient Souls, the interactive Aria Rising installation by Divinemoira Studio, and a presentation of the Silent Witness exhibition sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women.

The centerpiece of the event is a chorale performance of original work written by survivors and arranged for Women’s Hope Chorale by Adam Maness. We'll round out the evening with songs of courage and triumph, in collaboration with members of Mayor Taylor and special guest Dan Rubright.

3 pm Community Conversation panel discussion

4 pmMusical performance

5 pmPost-concert reception with visual art displays

$15 General Admission; $10 Seniors; Free to Maryville students with ID

The Ethical Society of St. Louis
9001 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO 63117-1003

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"...so much fun!" "...wonderful concert!" "...Cortango's version of the iconic song "La Cumparsita" (arranged for Cortango by Adam Maness) gives me goosebumps every time I hear it." "...It was wonderful to see so many Tuesday tangueros/ritas out at the Cortango Orquesta /Women's Hope Chorale event at the Sheldon!"

SUPPORT THE CHORALE

Women’s Hope Chorale of St. Louis relies on generous sponsors to support their work and help them create harmony within the community. From an individual gift to sponsorship of one of our inspiring performances, your donation supports musical excellence as well as shedding light on issues facing women and girls. Your tax deductible gift will be acknowledged in our program and on our website or you may remain anonymous if you choose.

Please contact Richard Shaw at boardpresident@womenshopechorale.org to discuss customized giving options and the unique benefits associated with being a sponsor of WHCSTL.