Since its inception in 1999, Spiritual Renaissance Singers of Greensboro (SRSG), has perpetuated the unaccompanied arrangements of the African American Spiritual through performance in a number of ways. Highlights include:
- Concerts in area churches, colleges, universities, and concert series featuring works of both established and new arrangers.
- A continuing residency at Bennett College for Women since Fall of 1999 with additional support from Providence Baptist Church and the Singers Studio in Greensboro.
- CD’s, produced in 2003 and 2006. Obtain them by calling Pat Trice at
336-273-3237 or emailing email@example.com.
- Scholarships and Vocal Development Awards to deserving voice students matriculating at local institutions of higher learning. 2004 Vocal Development Awardee, Sidney Outlaw, was a Regional Finalist in the 2006 Metropolitan Opera Auditions.
- Two church choir workshops, co-sponsored with West Market Street United Methodist Church in 2002 and 2004.
- June 2005 performance at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina.
- Festival, co-hosted with First Baptist Church of Greensboro, for over 200 collegiate singers from local college and university ensembles in October 2005.
- July 2006 performance at historic St. Philips African American Moravian Church in Old Salem, North Carolina.
- June 2007: Music Camp, co-sponsored with West Market Street Methodist Church, for middle school children.
- June 2007: Performance of choral prelude at the National Cathedral in
- April 2008: Gala Concert and Award Ceremony at the Historic Carolina Theatre as part of the Greensboro Bicentennial Celebration.
- 2008-2009 Tenth Season Celebration: Remembrance and Renewal.
- Yearly presentations to school-age children.
- Financial support for concerts and projects through donations to Friends of SRSG and grants from the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, United Arts Council and the Greensboro Bicentennial Commission.
The music director of SRSG is Patricia Trice.
For scheduling or other information, call Pat Trice at 336 273-3237, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check us out at www.srsg99.com.
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