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    LiveConnections Presents: Joanna Pascale + Sister Cities Girlchoir


    3025 Walnut St
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    • Sunday December 9th 2018, 3:00pm to 5:00pm
    Jazz vocalist Joanna Pascale and the Sister Cities Girlchoir join together for a program that unabashedly celebrates the talents of women and girls in our community.

    Join us to hear the world premiere of new choral work based on Pascale’s critically acclaimed show “Language of Flowers,” with unique collaborations between Pascale and the youth of the Girlchoir. The piece draws on Pascale’s 2017 “Floriography” project, originally developed during her jazz residency with the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, based on the Victorian-era custom of sending elaborate messages through floral arrangements.

    In addition, the show will feature works by female composers and lyricists from the Great American Songbook. It’s an empowering, woman-centered jazz/choral extravaganza you don’t want to miss.
    We aim to create a welcoming concert experience for all guests. World Cafe Live is ADA accessible, with an elevator and handicap accessible restrooms on all floors. Our concerts are seated events with tables and chairs that can easily be moved/arranged for wheelchairs or mobility devices. ASL interpretation, audio description and/or large print programs may be available upon request; please inquire at least 2 weeks in advance. Although we encourage an atmosphere of quiet listening out of respect for the artists, we understand that some guests may need to vocalize or move. Generally, our concerts do not contain sudden loud noises or flashing lights. Please contact us in advance so that we can accommodate any special needs.
    $22 - $27

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