Tuesday, October 09, 2007

On a Young Singer with Deeply Spiritual Roots: Baha'i Brings All That Jazz

Rachel Price & T.S. Monk
at the Rialto Theater in Downtown Tacoma

Dear Friends -
Rachael Price, from Hendersonville, TN is the daughter of Tom Price (conductor of the World Congress Baha'i choir). She has an AWSOME voice. Whether or not you're a jazz fan, we wanted to let you know that this concert is happening right here in our backyard! Maybe we'll see you there!
- Dawn

Yes, Rachael is performing right here in our little city of Tacoma in a couple of weeks. Be there or be square. -gw

Rachael Price is a Jazz Studies major at the New England Conservatory, studying with well-known jazz singer and educator Dominique Eade. For the past nine years she has toured every summer with the international choir, the Voices of Bahá, with which she has been a featured soloist in close to one hundred concerts throughout Europe and North America. ...

"When I sing the Writings of the Bahá’í Faith, whether my own composition or someone else's, the sounds of Gospel music are always present. It is a form of music that has deep spiritual roots, not just in the Bahá’í Faith but in where I was raised and the culture I come from."-Rachael Price


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