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February 2009
Road to Freedom Concert

Road to Freedom

See pictures from the concert

ROAD TO FREEDOM
A Shadow on the Household

Saturday, February 7, 2009 at 8 p.m.
Wesley-Knox United Church
91 Askin Street
London, Ontario

A reprise of the concert that won acclaim in London, Chatham, St. Catharines, Toronto, and North Buxton with some new twists! Shannon and Bryan Prince will be doing the London launch of Bryan’s new book,
A Shadow on the Household - the poignant story of how John and Arabella Weems and their family found freedom in Canada, and the Karen Schuessler Singers and the rest of the “Road To Freedom” ensemble will be launching its new CD of music from this concert!

With Denise Pelley (vocalist), Stephen Holowitz (piano), and band:  Dave Wiffen (sax), Steve Clark (bass), Greg Mainprize (drums).

Tickets available at the Buxton Museum:
Adults $18; Seniors $15; Students $10

 

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