The Senior Arts Series continues Wednesday, October 18, at 1pm at Theatre Memphis, featuring:
· Veterans salute with the Marine Corp League and Wolf River Pipes & Drums.
· OneVoice is a leader in the contemporary a capella movement and directed by J.D. Frizzell. OneVoice has collaborated with multiple GRAMMY winners, including The Swingles, New York Voices and Ben Bram. They have performed on The Sing-Off Live! Tour, hosted the National A Cappella Convention, and in 2014 became SONY Recording Artists with “Elvis A Cappella”. Over 20 million people enjoyed OneVoice on the hit NBC show “America’s Got Talent”, and they also performed at the London A Cappella Festival alongside other a capella greats. Their award-winning albums are available on iTunes, Loudr, Spotify, and Pandora, and have won Best High School Solo and Best High School Album awards.
· Creative Aging artist Judi Gray is an eclectic vocalist who performs opera, musical theatre, and jazz. Judi loves to sing and enjoys using her gift of music to touch their lives and evoke memories through song. Christopher Ward will accompany Judi on keyboards. Playing since the age of 12, this native Memphian has played in the University of Memphis orchestra and with professional artists including Kirk Whalum, Wynton Marsalis, and Al Green.
No reservations required. Tickets are available at the door for a $5 minimum donation, check or cash only. Advance tickets available for groups of 10 or more if payment received by October 10. If you need more information, call Creative Aging at (901) 272-3434