Soulful Revue Sunday at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian in Baltimore
This year marked the 10th anniversary appearance of our ad hoc men’s gospel group, Soulful Revue. We have provided the music for one summer
worship service per year.
Our selections on August 30 were mindful of the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and the local stirrings for racial justice since the uprising in April
over Freddie Gray, who died in police custody.
Friends have painted a somber mural of Freddie Gray in his neighborhood (pictured above), less than a mile from our church.
Click below to hear the six songs and hymns from this year’s Soulful Revue service:
Soulful Revue Members
Andrew Foster Connors, senior pastor
Tim Hughes, assistant pastor
Sound Recording and Mixing: Eric Echols
Photos: Franklin Branch and Christy Macy
I am a chorister in the tenor section at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. On May 17, 2009, we performed Felix Mendelssohn’s oratorio “Elijah” with celebrated guest organist Frederick Swann and soloists drawn mainly from the Peabody Conservatory. It was a thrill for me to be part of such glorious music.
Our church has preserved the “Elijah” performance in a high-quality 3-CD set.
Click below to hear audio samples.
If With All Your Hearts
For God Shall Give the Angels
Blessed Are All They who Fear God
Cast Thy Burden upon the Lord
Thanks be to God
Hear ye, Israel
It is Enough; Lord Take my Life
God, Watching Over Israel, Slumbers Not
O Rest in the Lord
Holy is God the Lord
And Then Shall Your Light Break Forth
To learn more about Brown Memorial, the Tiffany concert series, or to order CDs of “Elijah,” go to: http://www.browndowntown.org/index.php?s=tiffanyseries.