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MLK Tribute Jr. Concert – Stand Up! Resistance, Persistence, and Change

Lowcountry Voices (LCV), a multicultural and ethnically diverse choral performing arts organization, returns for their annual MLK Jr. holiday concert in North Charleston. Dr. Roland Carter, renowned composer, arranger, and conductor, will serve as guest conductor. The group will pay tribute to the memory and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with a variety of musical selections, including traditional spirituals (Dr. Carter’s forte), traditional gospel, songs of the Civil Rights Movement, and even a little Sam Cooke.
St. Matthew Baptist Church
2005 Reynolds Ave.
Saturday, January 14, 2023


When I First Remember
In celebration of Juneteenth, Lady in White Productions presents When I First Remember, an interactive, storytelling journey full of song, dance, and dialogue. The production, appropriate for all ages, portrays the passage of African slaves to the Lowcountry and provides unique and authentic insight into the Gullah Geechee and African American culture. Viewers will witness how enslaved Africans survived, adjusted, and adapted to a foreign environment and harsh circumstances, creating a new culture and identity in the Americas.
Tickets: 30, available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-i-first-remember-juneteenth-event-north-charleston-cultural-arts-tickets-291785015837
Centerpoint Church at Remount, 1520 Remount Road, North Charleston, 29406
Saturday, June 18, 2022, 7:00pm