Saturday, October 5th at the Glaser Center in Santa Rosa
Sunday, October 6th at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
The Haitian Childrens’ Choir, Les Petits Chanteurs, is holding a concert in Santa Rosa on October 5th. The concert will benefit the Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti which was devastated in the 2010 earthquake.
With an uplifting blend of Hatian folk music, gospel, and traditional spirituals, Les Petits Chanteurs has been performing throughout Haiti, reaching out to the poor in tent cities, spreading positive music across an island nation still reeling from natural disaster.
Now Les Petits Chanteurs is coming to California in hopes to raise money to rebuild and support their music school, an important cultural center in Port-au Prince that has provided music education in voice, woodwinds, brass, strings, and piano for countless young people in Haiti.
The benefit concert is 3pm on October 5th, at the Glaser Center at 547 Mendocino Ave in Santa Rosa. Les Petits Chanteurs will be joined by the Joyful Noise! Gospel Singers, a local choir specializing in African-American spiritual music.
This event is produced and organized by Numina: Center for Spirituality and the Arts. Tickets are only $10 dollars online @ https://haitianchoir.eventbrite.com/and $15 at the door on the day of the event.
The Haitian Choir will also be singing at the 10am Sunday Service on October 6th at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church at 500 Robinson Road in Sebastopol. All are welcome.