Trinity Movement Choir: Humankind
Join Trinity Movement Choir for its first in person performance in almost three years. “Humankind” addresses the life of our neighbors who are global refugees, including issues of uprooting and trauma, insularity and acceptance, assimilation and diversity, affirming the truth that all humanity is essentially connected. This hybrid performance in St. Paul's Chapel will feature 40 dancers, more than half of whom recorded their performances and whose dances will be projected on the walls of the chapel.
TopicsParish Life, Featured
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“It’s not your usual in-person performance,” said Marilyn Green, the founder and director of Trinity Movement Choir. “The circumstances have changed. The period of doing virtual performance has affected everything.”