Northlake Performing Arts Society presents "Hope Springs" at Hosanna Lutheran Church in Mandeville on Sunday, March 7, 2021, 3:00 - 4:00 pm.
NPAS will be singing songs of hope, joy, and love. Some songs will bring back memories like John Lenon's "Imagine," the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun," and Elton John's "I'm Still Standing." All songs have been chosen to lift your spirits and bring out the sun.
Conducted by Artistic Director Kenya Lawrence Jackson with accompanist Irina Cunev on piano.
Admission is $15 for adults, free for children under 10. Reserve your tickets at https://npas.ticketleap.com/hope-springs/dates/Mar-07-2021_at_0300PM.
Questions can be directed to email@example.com or by calling (985) 276-9335.
COVID Safety Protocols will be followed: Masks are required for singers and audience at all times within the building and during the concert. Appropriate physical distance of 6 feet is to be maintained between separate parties both in the hall and in the church sanctuary. Seating capacity has been reduced within the church to provide adquate social distancing space. Hand sanitizer will be available.
Known for musical excellence and award-winning performances, the NPAS Chorale performs major classical works as well as Broadway and contemporary music. Its repertoire ranges from Brahms to Mozart, from Pirates of Penzance and Mikado to Godspell, plus a bi-annual Madrigal Feaste. The Chorale has performed under its founder, Laura Lane, director Dr. Meg Frazier, Dr. Alissa Mercurio Rowe, and its current artistic director, Kenya Lawrence Jackson, as well as Arthur Fagan, Moses Hogan and other distinguished conductors. The Northlake Performing Arts Society is a non-profit organization, funded by gifts and donations from people who share a passion for great music.