Gospel Voices of OC Marks Juneteenth with Artistic Celebration at Chapman’s Musco Center for the Arts
Arts & Learning Conservatory and Chapman University’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will present Gospel Voices of OC, live musical and theatrical performances on Sunday, June 19 at Musco Center for the Arts.
Held in conjunction with Juneteenth, the Father’s Day concert will feature artistic accomplishments and works of over 100 black and diverse performers in the choir, dance, band, orchestra, theatre, and spoken word including county-wide youth and adult choir performances.
Produced by Arts & Learning Conservatory President and CEO Debora Wondercheck, the event was created to provide multi-generational performances of African Americans through the lens and influence of gospel music and other art forms as a source of historical impact and resiliency spanning June 19, 1865, to present day.
Special musical guest is the longtime percussionist for Stevie Wonder and four-time Grammy winner Munyungo Jackson to be featured throughout the concert. Local gospel soloist Sonja Griffin will perform in the highly anticipated gospel choir with artists from throughout So. Calif.