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july, 2022

27jul6:30 pm8:00 pmDon't Miss A Gospel Jubilee featuring the Grant Park Orchestra and the Soul Children of Chicago directed by Walt Whitman on Wed, July 27, 2022 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion 201 East Randolph Street, Chicago, Illinois 60601 | Free & Open for All to Attend!

Event Details

PROGRAM

Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: Worship: A Concert Overture
Ed Tucker/Jamie M. Dominicak: Sacrifice of Praise
E. A. Hoffman: What A Fellowship
Rick Robinson: Lift Him Up
Thomas A. Dorsey: Precious Lord, Take My Hand
Fred Nelson, III: He’s Been Good
Charles Floyd: The Lord’s Prayer
Lamont Lenox: Worthy Is The Lamb
Kelvin Lenox: Nobody Like Jesus
Rosie Wallace: Take It To The Lord In Prayer
Leon Lumpkins: Open Our Eyes
Calvin Bridges: I Can Go To God In Prayer

PROGRAM NOTES

DESCRIPTION

A roof-raising evening in classic Chicago style—the Grant Park Music Festival celebrates this quintessential Chicago art form with Charles Floyd and the Soul Children of Chicago performing with the Grant Park Orchestra. The concert features songs by Gospel pioneers Albertina Walker, Thomas Dorsey and more.

Time

(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Organizer

Walt Whitman's Soul Children of ChicagoMr. Walter Whitman developed this world class performance group with a single-minded purpose: to utilize music as the motivator and catalyst to inspire young people throughout the world to have faith in themselves, each other and God. To this day, The Soul Children of Chicago continue to serve the community as a non-denominational, non-profit educational organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of our youth. The objective of The Soul Children of Chicago is to: EDUCATE THE MINDS, ELEVATE THE SPIRITS AND ILLUMINATE THE SOULS OF OUR YOUTH Today's youth face a world wrought with violence, drugs, teen pregnancy and poverty. High school graduation rates are dropping, while teen pregnancy rates are increasing. A staggering one in four women get pregnant before they are 20 years old. Today, a child is more likely to come from a single parent home than to go on to graduate college-and more likely to go to jail than to graduate school. It is no wonder that suicide has become the third leading cause of death in 15-24 years olds in America. Mr. Walter Whitman and The Soul Children of Chicago are dedicated to encouraging our youth and providing hope and inspiration in a world filled with challenges and despair.773-881-8120 Chicago, Illinois

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