Nashville in Harmony will host its spring concert event Mosaic: Voices for Change on Thursday, June 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Polk Theater.
As part of Nashville in Harmony’s goal to focus on an important issue and incorporate that theme into its spring production, Mosaic focuses on bringing equality to the workplace, supporting GLBT and questioning youth, and creating a safe community for all people. The concert will also help raise awareness about bullying and suicide, the victims of which all too frequently include, but are not limited to, GLBT youth.
Nashville in Harmony is Middle Tennessee’s first and only city chorus purposefully comprised of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and straight people and continues on its mission to build community and create social change. With Mosaic, the group will present an exciting evening filled with the amazing harmonies, fun and surprises for which this 110-member chorus has become renowned.
Along with performing two songs written specifically for the concert, Nashville in Harmony will welcome special guests Southern Word, a spoken word performance ensemble for this performance. NiH will, in turn, be guests of Southern Word on Saturday, May 12, at 2 p.m. at the Frist Center for the Arts for “Future Break”. NiH will also perform a community outreach concert at Room in the Inn on Tuesday, May 15, 7 p.m. for the homeless citizens of Nashville.
Nashville in Harmony’s mission is made possible, in part, through generous grants provided by the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, The Arts Changing Lives! (a function of the Tennessee Arts Commission), the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and the Brooks Fund.
Reserved seating tickets to Mosaic: Voices for Change are $20 and available through the box office at TPAC as well as online at www.tpac.org.