Gospel Music from 'Passages of Martin Luther King'
Performed by the American Singers from the internationally premiered play 'Passages of Martin Luther King'.


Gospel Music from 'Passages of Martin Luther King'


Program Overview

Direct from the National Theatre of China in Beijing

“...Passages of Martin Luther King has an important message for China and for people everywhere, because it shows that a great leader is also a human being like the rest of us. The play tells us that even ordinary people can do extraordinary things.”

The life affirming pulse of the gospel music performed in the show amplifies that same message of hope and humanity.


Kenneth D. Alston, Tenor/Musical Coordinator was recently elected member of the PBS featured Three Mo’ Tenors, who will be performing off Broadway for a six month run, later this year.

September G. Penn, Soprano/Musical Coordinator is a singer and a songwriter, has performed with the Voices of Expression, and the Stanford University Singers. She is the worship leader at Presbyterian Church in Clearwater.

Fredrick Eugene Alexander: Bass/Pianist is currently the choral director for Chosen Vessels Christian Church in Alameda California, and is the co- founder of Inphanyte Records. Stanford University first record label.

Chelsi A. Butler, Soprano has performed solos at nationally televised Stanford basketball games. She has also performed with and arranged music for Everyday People, and Stanford University’s memorial service for Coretta Scott King.

Re Phillips, Alto is a member of the Stanford a cappella ensemble Talisman. The group has been featured on ABC News, National Public Radio, and the New York Times.


Program Date & Time

7:30 pm

Reservations are required.

Performance &
Round Table Discussion

7:00 pm

Reservations are required.

Ray Aresenault will moderate the Social Justice Round Table discussion, immediately following the concert. Ray Aresenault is author of the New York Times reviewed bestseller "Freedom Riders 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice"; which will be documented on the PBS Series: American Experience.


$20 Preferred Seating

$15 Regular Seating

$10 Student & Seniors

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