Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent. ~Victor Hugo~
Join us for our next concert!
Voices of Deliverance Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 Time: 7 pm Location: St. Luke's Lutheran Church (206 Central Avenue)
This very fine group comprised of talented singers and musicians have performed for many years and have dedicated their lives to lifting up the name of Jesus. The founding members were students at Benedict College in Columbia, SC where they sang on both the Concert and Gospel Choirs. Their diverse abilities and experiences enable them to keep high standards. They have been featured artist in the Opening Ceremonies of The City of Charleston’s Piccolo Spoleto, The Moja Arts Festivals and honorees of the Moja Arts Festival Community Tribute Luncheon 2003. They were also featured in The City of Columbia Three Rivers Festival. They have performed in the City of Charleston's Happy New Year (previously named First Night) for the past 5 years. They have performed for BB&Ts Wine & Food Festival Gospel Brunch. They have been afforded the opportunity to travel across the state as well as the nation. The group toured both Switzerland and Italy as featured artist in the Area Rebus Music Festival for several years. This soulful group is under the skillful leadership of Mr. Howard N. Brown, Sr. who inspires the group with his crisp, arrangements of traditional hymns, spirituals and gospel songs. This versatile group has performed for numerous weddings, corporate events and historical venues as Charleston's Premiere “Acappella Singers" welcoming tourists to our fine city and giving them a little “Taste of Charleston”. They are pictured in the 2009 summer edition of Charleston Weddings Magazine. The Voices of Deliverance was the Second Place Winner of the Black Expo’s Gospel Festival held in Charleston in March of 2010. In August of 2010, the group was the opening performer for the renowned Gospel Singer, Marvin Sapp. The Voices of Deliverance was also the featured performers at the Unveiling of the 2011 AT&T African American History Calendar in Columbia, SC.
We praise and thank Thee, Father, for the gift of music. Through us, as channels of thy grace, may this blessed legacy be shared with all mankind. Grant that we may exemplify in our own lives the harmony of thy great purpose for us. Give us magnitude of soul and such understanding hearts that we, who make music, may be as players upon rightly tuned instruments responding to thy leading. Let us with renewed consecration dedicate ourselves to the purpose of our Federation to bring the spiritualizing force of music to the inner life of our nation. Open our minds, that divine knowledge and wisdom may teach us how best to execute our pledge.
Thank you for visiting! We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming concerts.