Because Seventh Street embraces the arts as a powerful way God touches and transforms lives, we often have special guest musicians share their musical gifts with us during our worship service.
November 26: Noah Robinson, of the Academy of Music’s Young Artists Program, and Rev. Hollie Woodruff will perform Mozart’s Mirror Duet. What makes this piece unique and fascinating is that the violin II part is the same as the violin I, only read upside down! For this reason, this piece is often referred to as the tabletop duet. This piece will be the catalyst for Rev. Hollie’s sermon, as people are gather around many tables for the Thanksgiving Season!
Young Artists Program of the Academy of Music
December 3: The Academy of Music will present special musical selections from students of their Chamber Music Institutes during the prelude, offertory, and postlude of the Worship Service. The Chamber Music Institute inspires a love for collaborative music through the study of the genre’s greatest artists, enrich people’s lives through the power of music, and foster a life-long appreciation of the arts through music education.
Chamber Music Institutes of the Academy of Music
December 10: Young harpists from the American Youth Harp Ensembles will grace us with the melodious harmony of harps at this worship service. The American Youth Harp Ensemble is a prestigious youth harp ensemble that performs internationally and nationally. The young harpists are selected through an extensive audition process. The American Youth Harp Ensembles have played at world-renowned venues such as Carnegie Hall in NYC; Kennedy Center in Washington D.C; London Festival of Music in London, England; World Harp Congress in Australia; and Salla Puccini in Milan, Italy.