Long Bay Symphony rings true with American
Gospel and soulful Spiritual music
Give your ears a treat at Music for the Soul. The Long Bay Symphony celebrates spirit and soul through a journey of American Gospel and Spirituals. Featuring music by African-American composers William Grant Still and Duke Ellington, and orchestral works by Copland and Gershwin, as well as symphonic arrangements of Spirituals and Gospel tunes, this program will not only touch your eardrums but also your core. Guest artists New Arts Six, a performing arts group from Dallas, will bring their own element and interpretations of African-American Spirituals, poetry, and drama to the show. Heritage and heart shine in this masterpiece of music.
Long Bay Symphony
January 30, 4:00 p.m., $40.
Myrtle Beach High School
Music & Arts Center
3302 Robert M. Grissom Pkwy., Myrtle Beach
Photograph Courtesy of New Arts Six