The Shift Orchestra Project, founded and led by Penn State alumnus David Flowers, is partnering with Cappella Clausura to produce Sarah Kirkland Snider's "Mass for the Endangered", accompanied by Deborah Johnson's stunning video-artwork. This hauntingly beautiful composition by one of today's leading composers is a reflection on humanity's relationship with nature and the growing climate crisis. Our performance will take place at 5:30PM on September 11th at the Emmanuel Church in downtown Boston, and will also feature works by rising-star and Grammy-nominated performer, Ayanna Woods, and the late Sven-David Sandström. Ticket sales will be opened at the end of this month, but we are presently raising funds to ensure the success of the event. As a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, your contributions are tax-deductible. You can read more about the concert on our website, www.shiftorchestraproject.com, or on our donation page: https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/shift-orchestra-project/campaigns/5120
You can also reach out to David directly at firstname.lastname@example.org he is always happy to discuss the project and the future plans for the S.O.P.
We are also looking for businesses who are interested in placing ads in our program books. We believe this one-hour event--this invitation to what Deborah Johnson calls "the cathedral of the cosmos"--will be a wonderful opportunity for long-term fans of choral/orchestral music, as well as a brilliant first concert for listeners who have never been to a orchestra, and excellent for a family outing!