Thursday, December 8, 2022 | 7 pm McGregor Presbyterian Church
6505 St. Andrews Road, Columbia
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Sunday, December 11, 2022 | 4 pm Ebenezer Lutheran Church
1301 Richland St, Columbia
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Even in the darkness of winter, light illumines the nights. From candles in windows to the blinking lights of storefronts, the darkness is scattered by light. So, too, our song will light the darkness and bring forth a new dawn. Come hear familiar sounds of the seasons and new heartwarming selections.
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes: Songs of Perseverance and Praise
Sunday, February 19, 2023 | 7pm
Eastminster Presbyterian Church
3200 Trenholm Rd, Columbia, SC 29204
In partnership with South Carolina State University Concert Choir and areas soloists, we are proud to present songs of perseverance and praise. The featured work for the concert is Adoplhus Hailstork’s I will Lift Up Mine Eyes, featuring Tenor soloist Johnnie Felder who will also conduct the Concert Choir of South Carolina State University. The Sandlappers Singers and the SCSU Concert Choir will perform their own sets along with Soprano soloist Yasmin Bradshaw and Tenor soloist Johnnie Felder. Mark your calendars now! This is one you don’t want to miss!
The suggested donation for this concert is $15. You can leave a donation at the door the day of the concert. You can also make a contribution via PayPal using this QR code.
Bloom and Blossom
Sunday, April 23, 2023 | 4pm
Grace United Methodist Church
639 Georgia Avenue | North Augusta, SC 29841
Thursday, April 27, 2003 | 7pm
Shandon United Methodist Church
3407 Devine St. | Columbia, SC 29205
Spring is a time of renewal and growth. Some growth is expected, even greatly
anticipated, such as looking forward to favorite flowers emerging from their
winter slumber. New growth can also surprise and help us reach moments of
resolution after pain and suffering. Sometimes this growth might even bring us
to see life in a new way. Join us for a concert contemplating growth and new
life. Like spring flowers, it will contain some familiar pieces that will bring a
smile to your face and new pieces with some surprises. We are particularly
excited to present the premier of a new choral work by a local composer,
Join the Sandlappers’ celebration of Spring, its music, and songs of new life!