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sounding light Presents: Come to the Waters

  • Saginaw Valley State University (map)

Come down by the riverside to join sounding light for a program that flows from beside the still waters through rushing waves and stormy seas. Beloved folk songs will soothe us with images of placid streams and pacific oceans; treasured hymns will revive us with vistas of effervescent fountains and babbling brooks; dramatic music will tender us to picture the rougher waters of our journey through rain, snow, ice, floods; and poignant poetry will speak of the tears that flow in the parched, desert moments of life. sounding light promises an oasis of unqualified loveliness to quench your thirst for beauty, so come to the waters to cleanse your mind and to refresh your spirit!

Admission is free and open to the public; a freewill donation will be collected.

About sounding light

Known for its inspiring and illuminating performances, sounding light was recently honored with the invitation to perform at the 2017 National Convention of the American Choral Directors Association. Led by its founder, Tom Trenneysounding light is committed to offering its members a spiritual and holistic approach to ensemble singing, while offering its listeners a compelling and timeless experience with the choral art. Since its birth in 2003, sounding light has been privileged to sing with Anton Armstrong, David Davidson, Joseph Flummerfelt, Stacey Gibbs, Alice Parker, and William Weinert, and has premiered works by Carmen Cavallaro, David DiChiera, Jake Runestad, Tom Trenney, and Anne Wilson.

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