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A Sacred Journey Performance

Sunday, 5 January 2014, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
1200 SE 10th St, Stuart, FL 34996

Internationally acclaimed vocalist, Terry Barber performed “A Sacred Journey: A one-hour history of great western sacred music in song,” accompanied by Thomas Bold on piano and organ, and also joined by two young artists from the Artists for a Cause network: violinist Timothy Nicholas and soprano, Savanna Webber. Music includes Gregorian chant, Bach, Handel, Mozart, Fauré, Bernstein, a spiritual, "I believe," "You raise me up," and "Ave Maria" and "The Prayer."

Elisabeth Lahti Concert Series:

Jonathan Cummings and Friends

4 January, 2 PM
Peter & Julie Cummings Library
2551 SW Matheson Ave
Palm City, FL 34990 ‎

The jazz ensemble “Jonathan Cummings and Friends” presented a tribute to the legendary jazz singer Mel Tormé. Known for his smooth sound and creative presentations, Cummings has experience as a backup singer for Barry Manilow. Visit his website at to get a feel for his sound.

Private event at Ellyn & Ray Stevenson's home
January 26

The Stevenson’s home is lovely, the attendees enjoyed great food by the Taco Shack, and caterer Judy Beckman. Attendees listened to a private performance by Terry Barber (countertenor and Executive Director and Founder of A4AC), and two of our most gifted young artists, Savanna Webber (a soprano) and Timothy Nicholas (a violinist), both of whom spoke about their involvement in our programs.  And, we were able to fulfill our goal of raising $25,000 for a matching grant given by an anonymous foundation.

Thank you again, Ellyn and Ray!

Elisabeth Lahti Concert Series:
Terry Barber

February 1, 2 PM
Peter & Julie Cummings Library
2551 SW Matheson Ave
Palm City, FL 34990 ‎

A Cappella group Canere sings for Veterans

February 13, 6:30 PM
West Palm Beach VA Medical Center
7305 N Military Trail, Riviera Beach, FL

A small, newly formed a cappella group of mostly professional singers will perform a concert for veterans for Valentine’s Day. In addition to Renaissance songs, the group will also present folk tunes, spirituals, jazz standards and songs from musicals. Cantabile includes singers Sandra McNiff, Kerry Powell, Janice Traverse, Elsie Long, Kim Guidry, Morgan Guidry, Vyki Sabo, Tom Bold, and Bill Coslett. A well-known trumpet-player, Mike Wouters, will play "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "God Bless America," as well as join in on some of the jazz standards.

A very talented special guest, composer/playwright Peter Baron will appear as well. Mr. Baron has written a musical, Boomers, that was showcased on Broadway and in Ft. Lauderdale with the Sunshine Pops Orchestra; he is currently just finishing a second play with music called Brother’s Keeper, which will be work-shopped soon in Port St Lucie.

One Billion Rising

On February 14, 2014, there will be a gathering at Gazebo Park in Downtown Stuart to support the international event, "One Billion Rising." Artists for a Cause is proud that the event will feature performances from the South Fork High School A4AC Club, and music by the pop punk/alternative rock band The Calm (which includes a former A4AC Club member). The event is being organized by 16 year old Olivia Ranieri and is about envisioning justice for gender violence. The event also offers interactive activities such as a yoga and a Jazzercise demonstration, a performance from the The Broken Tubas, a performance from a local drum circle, dance performances from the Port Salerno, Palm City, and the East Stuart Boys and Girls Clubs, a demonstration from a mixed martial arts group in Martin County, and more!

Hibiscus Children's Center Fashion Show
February 24

A4AC Club member, Timothy Nicholas will be appearing at Hibiscus Children's Center's 23rd Annual Jo Covelli Fashion Show and Luncheon. Information on tickets is available at their website.

We would like to thank our sponsors for their support. Please, click to learn more!

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NisAir Air Conditioning| Gordon & Doner | Gunster | Women Supporting the Arts | Forest Hills | Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith
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