Singing Workshop | Randolph, VT

Celebrating the Music of the Spirit
Singing that inspires and sets us free

Saturday, June 4
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
lunch provided
Chandler Center for the Arts
Randolph, Vermont

Kim and Reggie Harris – – and Peter and Mary Alice Amidon, will be leading singers in old and new songs, from gospel to traditional and from sacred to secular, including some of their own compositions and arrangements. Some songs will be taught by ear, some from written music, and some a little of both.

Feast of Singing 2011 will be a day long ongoing glorious mix of the Amidons and the Harrises leading us in song in turn and together on the stage of Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph, Vermont.

Singing will begin at 9:30 and continue until we break for a delicious home made lunch served in the Parish Hall of St John’s Church, which is a short walk from Chandler.

Then back to Chandler for more of the same.

Consummate musicians and storytellers, Kim and Reggie Harris combine a strong folk and gospel legacy with a solid background in classical, rock, jazz and pop music. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, a city rich in cultural and musical heritage, Kim and Reggie’s early exposure to the diversity of musical styles and genres was nurtured in the schools and churches of their youth. They have earned wide acclaimed for their contributions to the resources and knowledge base – in historical and educational circles – on the Underground Railroad and the modern civil rights movement.

Kim is presently pursuing a Ph.D. at Union Theological Seminary in NYC and both continue to write, record and produce music as a means to promote creativity, education, social responsibility and understanding in the world community! They are unique in their ability to entertain audiences of any age and background as they blend their talents as singers, songwriters, educators, interpreters of history and cultural advocates. To find out more about Kim and Reggie, visit their website at:

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or contact Jane Eubanks