LOVE SHOW US THE WAY - The Golden Bridge Choir Winter Concert
About the event
Golden Bridge Choir Winter Concert
LOVE SHOW US THE WAY
Sun, December 10th @ 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Please join us on December 10th at 3:00 pm at Wanderlust Hollywood
Join us for the Golden Bridge Choir's 23r concert " LOVE SHOW US THE WAY " . The choir, now in its 13th year, is a Los Angeles based, inter-generational, non-auditioned community choir specializing in joyful and exuberant harmonies from around the world. There will be opportunities for the audience to join the choir in song. This is a benefit concert for the Ubuntu Orphan Bracelet Campaign providing support for two Orphanages in South Africa - www.orphanbracelet.org
Come early or stay late to enjoy the wonderful food at the Wanderlust Cafe *
You will leave this concert feeling uplifted and inspired. Bring your friends and family . Come raise your voices with us and experience the deep, healing power of singing in community.
Golden Bridge Choir with Maggie Wheeler & Emile Hassan Dyer
Maggie Wheeler is best know in the U.S and internationally for her work as an actress in film , television and voice-over and most notably as the character of Janice on NBC’s hit series Friends. In 2006 she co-founded The Golden Bridge Community Choir with the belief that singing is a universal birthright, and that together, regardless of musical background, we can help improve the world by joining our voices in song . Alongside her acting career Maggie has been blessed to follow her soul mission as a singer, song writer, choir director and workshop facilitator. She been teaching her vocal workshop "Singing In The Stream" in and out of Los Angeles for over 20 years . Both the workshop and choir provide the experience of creating interpersonal harmony and internal harmony through the powerful act of creating vocal harmony. Maggie is honored to bring the choir experience to Wanderlust Hollywood.
Emile Hassan Dyer is a vocalist/ multi-percussionist/choreographer/ dancer. He was raised in France and Senegal where he was influenced at an early age by the rhythms and music of West Africa. Emile brings a multicultural perspective to music, drawing on his Cherokee and African heritages while performing the percussion instruments and vocal styles of many cultures. He has worked with such luminaries as: Babatunde Olatunji, Bobby McFerrin, Kevin Locke, Titos Sompas, David Darling, Glen Velez and Jim Scott, as well as Art Baron of the Duke Ellington Big Band. Emile uses vocal and body percussion as well as drums from around the world and extensive vocalese in his musical creations.