Aby musicians James Davis Jr. and Jeryl Cunningham-Fleming are featured tomorrow night as part of National Chorale’s MESSIAH at David Geffen Hall! Visit the National Chorale website for tickets and info. http://nationalchorale.com/
Dear Friends of Aby Music,
On December 1, 2015, Aby Music Member Louisa Sebron suffered a devastating fire in her home. She and stepson Denzel are now displaced, and they lost most of their belongings in the fire. The music ministry has created a Go Fund Me campaign to assist Louisa. Please use the link below to donate; No amount is too small. Please keep Louisa and her family in your prayers.
Conductor James Davis will conduct and All Bach program for The Harlem Chamber Players Friday, November 20th at 7pm. Works include: Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067 “Vergib, o Vater! unsre Schuld” from Cantata BWV 87 and “Wie Starb die Heldin so vergnügt” from Cantata BWV 198. For tickets call 212-866-1492 for more info or visit their website: http://www.HarlemChamberPlayers.org
Aby Musicians prepare for the Church’s 207th anniversary tomorrow! #blackjoy
Aby Musicians are excited to welcome actor and singer/songwriter Chaz Shepherd to Abyssinian Baptist Church tomorrow, as we celebrate the 63rd Annual Men's Day! Chaz will lead an arrangement of "Lord Prepare Me" sung with the Leon E. Thompson's Men's Chorus. Below is Chaz's bio and a clip of Chaz delivering powerful ministry with West Los Angeles COGIC! Services at 9am and 11am - we hope to see you in church!
"Born in Philadelphia, PA., Chaz Shepherd is ever evolving in entertainment. Chaz is known for his roles in the movies "Set It Off", "The Temptations" and shows, "7th Heaven", "The Parkers", "Sister Sister" and more recently "The Game." Chaz is even more a Musician. An accomplished independent artist, he released his debut album in 2010 with the heavy support of Steve Harvey. He is the lead singer of the Grammy nominated record, "Lord Prepare Me" which he co-arranged on the West Angeles C.O.G.I.C release. Most of all, Chaz loves you."