Sounds Like: Sweet Honey in the Rock, Babatunde Olatunji, Women of the Calabash, Bob Marley - Roots, Rock, Remixed, Angélique Kidjo
Manager: Nana Baakan Agyiriwah
Bio: VOA as an organization , has been around some 25 years. We have traveled the continental expanse of the USA; appeared in Canada, Jamaica, London, Hawaii, and Ghana. VOA started out as a children's ensemble. VOA has now become an "African Cultural Arts Collective" that works with a variety of comm... See Full BioMore Info
18th Annual Nite Lites Black Tie Gala: Under African Skies From the sands of Egypt to the spices of Morocco to the plains and jungles of the Serengeti, the world’s second-largest continent is an eclectic blend of sights, sounds, tastes and smells. Just as a trip to Africa offers hope for adventure and new experiences, Lehigh Valley Health Network offers our community hope for a new tomorrow through our mission to heal, comfort and care for the people of our community. That care is delivered with passion and compassion by our 12,000 colleagues, and we're proud to say our quality is recognized annually as among the nation’s best. The success of Nite Lites is made possible every year because of the generosity of our community. The support of our sponsors makes our mission possible, and it makes our community a healthier place in which to live. Save the date for our 18th annual Nite Lites gala, Sat., Oct. 5, 2013, being held on the campus of Lehigh Valley Hospital–Muhlenberg. To make reservations or become a sponsor, please contact Amy Burrows at 484-884-9223 or Sandi Marsh at 484-884-9119. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
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The National Women’s Music Festival is a four-day musical and cultural extravaganza that incorporates all facets of women’s lives. It’s a jam-packed long weekend where choices for things to do range from workshops, concerts, comedy, theatre presentations, a marketplace, newly released films and videos, a live auction, spirituality series, writer’s series and much, much more! Attendees come from all genders and cultures, cutting across ethnic, racial, sexual, age, and ability boundaries. Likewise, Festival programming reflects many points of view; a diversity of ideas and topics are explored and discussed in a safe environment. Festival is an environment in which philosophies and politics are open for discussion, not mandated or judged. Mainstage concerts are routinely interpreted for the deaf. Interpreter services can be provided for workshops and other Festival events upon request. Volunteer opportunities and work-exchange of four-hour workshifts is available for reduced-price registration. This is limited and arrangements must be made prior to the Festival. Past performers include Cris Williamson, Kate Clinton, Karen Williams, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Linda Tillery, Jamie Anderson, Holly Near, the Dance Brigade, Melissa Ferrick, Sawagi Taiko, Ferron, Ellis, Ember Swift, Betty, and Margie Adam to just mention a few. Guest speakers have included Geraldine Ferraro, Rita Mae Brown, Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer, NPR reporter and writer Margot Adler, Katherine V. Forrest, artist Judy Chicago, Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders, Pat Califia, Betty DeGeneres, Anita Hill and Judy Goldsmith.
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A special evening of tribute and celebration, the annual InterAction Gala Banquet celebrates years of dedication to saving lives and improving the human condition. The evening honors the legacy of aid workers who lost their lives in service this past year and acknowledges the achievement of individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to the world's poor and most vulnerable people. The Gala will also feature lively entertainment from the choral and percussion ensemble, Voices of Africa. Gala Banquet and Award Ceremony 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Mariott Crystal Gateway, Salons IV, V, VI1700 Jefferson Davis Highway Arlington, Virginia 22202 Festive Attire 100 per person. Tickets are limited. No tickets will be sold at the door. One ticket to this event is included with each registration and additional tickets may be ordered on the registration form.
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