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Voices Of The People

VOTPVoices Of The People: Celebration of Singers
July 6, 7, 8, 2017
Hatfield House
33rd & Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130 

 

Admission Is FREE! However, Registration Is Mandatory  Register Here!!

 

The Philadelphia Jazz Project in collaboration with Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Parks On Tap and Jazz Near You, The Philadelphia Jazz Project presents: Voices Of The People: Celebration of Singers; a three-day, vocal festival featuring over a dozen of Philly's finest vocal talents, including Barbara Montgomery, Rhenda Fearrington, Lili Anel and Raimundo Santos.

 

Four concerts will take place between July 6th - 8th in Fairmount Park at the historic Hatfield House. The celebration features themes that musically explore the concepts of Interdependence, Diversity, Love and Freedom. Refreshments will be provided by Parks On Tap and an assortment of Food Trucks. Between sets, local community organizations will present their services and tell you how you can get involved.


All Concerts July 6-8, 2017, will be held at Hatfield House, 33rd & Girard Avenue. Be sure to bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a thirst for awesome singers.

Admission Is FREE! However, Registration Is Mandatory  Register Here!!
                    

Voices Of The People Schedule:

 

Thursday, July 6 at 7:00 PM / FREEDOM  Freedom
Featuring Rhenda Fearrington, Paul Jost, Lee Mo with Music Director: Tom Lawton

 

Friday, July 7 at 7:00 PM / INTERDEPENDENCE

Interdependence Banner
Featuring Annie Sciolla, Milton SuggsElla Gahnt with Music Director: Mike Boone


Saturday, July 8 at 2:00 PM / DIVERSITYDiversity Banner
Featuring Suzanne Burgess, Raimundo Santos, Lili Anel with Music Director: Lynn Riley


Saturday, July 8 at 7:00 PM / LOVE & ACCEPTANCE
Love BannerFeaturing Barbara Montgomery, Michael Andrews, Bethlehem Roberson with Music Director: Lee Smith

 

Voices Of The People: Celebration of Singers
July 6, 7, 8, 2017
Hatfield House
33rd & Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130  

 

Admission Is FREE! However, Registration Is Mandatory  Register Here!!

Be sure to bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a thirst for awesome singers.

 

 

Parking:

There is no formal parking lot. However, there is "some" street parking available. We urge everyone to use public transportation, or for drivers, to give themselves plenty of time to find adequate parking.

 

Transportation:

Two SEPTA Transportation Routes will get you to the Hatfield House.

  • Route 15 | Traveling along-Girard Avenue
  • Route 7 | Travels on 33rd Street

There are other routes to get to 33rd & Girard as well.
Check at the SEPTA website for more info: SEPTA

 

Admission Is FREE! However, Registration Is Mandatory  Register Here!!

Be sure to bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a thirst for awesome singers.

 

COLLABORATORS:

Jazz Near You, Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and PhillyCAM

 

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