The Northern Virginia Community College Annandale Campus Liberal Arts Division will present a Black History Month Celebration performance by Mosaic Harmony, a multicultural and interfaith choir. Led by Reverend David K. North of Holy Redeemer Metropolitan Church in College Park, Maryland, the choir will perform from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16 at the Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center.
The choir, made up of members representing more than 23 different faith traditions, creates music to promote unity in the midst of diversity. Founded 20 years ago, Mosaic Harmony hopes to promote and represent harmony, understanding and goodwill through the power of inspirational music.
The Black History Month Celebration performance is free and open to the public, and free parking will be available in Lot B13 on the NOVA-Annandale Campus.
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