Keisha Jackson’s One Voice Music Group will perform with Still Waters Youth Sinfo-Nia of Metropolitan Atlanta Orchestra at its 29th Annual Holiday Concert Celebration on Dec. 9.
Jackson, a veteran back-up vocalist for Outkast and her music group, will sing “12 Days of Liberation” during the concert at First Congregational Church Commons in Atlanta.
Sinfo-Nia, an all- black orchestra, has provided orchestral music education, opportunity and exposure to thousands of metro-Atlanta youth for almost three decades. Members have performed throughout the United States and in Africa and Jamaica.
It’s 29th Annual Holiday Concert, featuring its Cambridge Academy dancers , begins at 4 p.m. It is hosted by Universoul Circus' former ring master Casual Cal.
Sinfo Nia founder and musical director David Robinson said the concert will be an incredible evening celebrating holiday music favorites.
“We are planning an evening that will prove to be one of Atlanta’s most memorable holiday affairs,” he said.
Some of the classics that patrons will hear include "Glory to the Newborn King;" Donny Hathaway's "This Christmas;" "African Noel;" "All I Want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey featuring Cambridge Intermediate Jazz dancers; Motown Classic "Give Love on Christmas Day;" Jackson 5 rendition of "Frosty the Snowman" featuring Cambridge Pre-Tap dancers; Charlie Brown's "Christmas Time Is Here;" Stevie Wonder's "Someday at Christmas;" and "A Wonderful Christmas Time" by Paul McCartney.
Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.
First Congregational Church Commons is at 125 Ellis Street, NE.
Ticket are available at http://sinfo-nia.com/concert-tickets/