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Peace Chorale Concerts, 4/29 & 5/6

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  • Karen Schaffer
    San Jose Peace Chorale 12th Annual Spring Concert Keep the Flame Alive Saturday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m. Cambrian Park United Methodist Church 1919 Gunston
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 13, 2000
      San Jose Peace Chorale
      12th Annual Spring Concert
      "Keep the Flame Alive"

      Saturday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m.
      Cambrian Park United Methodist Church
      1919 Gunston Way, San Jose

      Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m.
      Unity Temple
      407 Broadway, Santa Cruz.

      A donation is requested of $12.00 for adults, and $10.00 for seniors and
      students. For advance tickets or additional information, call Debbie at
      (408) 286-1903 or see http://www.peacechorale.org

      The program will include a wide variety of inspirational songs of peace
      and justice, including "Calypso Freedom", "Hay Una Mujer", "I Believe I
      Can Fly", "The Great Peace March" and "Keep the Flame Alive." This
      year's concerts are dedicated to Gayla Stafford, a long-time Peace
      Chorale member who passed away during the past year.

      The San Jose Peace Chorale was founded in 1988 -- the "dream child" of
      long-time San Jose peace activist Genie Bernardini and is composed of
      singers of varied backgrounds whose purpose is to spread the message of
      peace and justice through song. The group's ethnically diverse members
      are old and young, gay and straight. They include a former World War II
      bomber pilot, teachers, nurses, high-tech professionals, non-profit
      activists, and many others. They share a vision of:

      ** Bringing together people of all kinds
      ** Presenting spirited, beautiful, excellent music
      ** Supporting struggles for peace, freedom, equality and justice at home
      and throughout the world
      ** Cherishing the Earth and working to preserve the environment
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