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Strings, Rhythm, and More Come To Emmanuel Baptist Church Jazz Vespers
(Published: October 30, 2014)

On November 9th, the Emmanuel Baptist Church Jazz Vespers welcomes The Come Sunday String Project with Strings & Rhythm featuring songbird Tulivu Donna-Cumberbatch. It will take place at its namesake, the historic Emmanuel Baptist Church, located at 279 Lafayette Avenue, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

The Come Sunday Strings Project is an eleven piece band that consists of a bevy of talented musicians playing a variety of moving harmonic tunes. Not only will there be extraordinary vocals, but each instrumentalist will present their own unique style to the Emmanuel Baptist Church Jazz Vespers audience.

The Come Sunday String Project consists of: Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch - vocals, Rachiim Ausar-Sahu - double bass, Anthony Wonsey - piano, Mark Johnson - drums, Neil Clarke - percussion, Sonya Robinson - viola, Ina Paris - viola, Mel Greenwich - cello, Alva Anderson - viola, Gwen Laster - viola, and Nioka Workman - cello

The November 9th Jazz Vespers will also take place on the same day Emmanuel Baptist Church will be celebrating the 24th pastoral anniversary of its senior pastor, Reverend Anthony Trufant. It will culminate a weekend of uplifting celebratory activities. Additionally, the final Jazz Vespers of the year will be the 3rd Annual Emmanuel Baptist Church Holiday Jazz Vespers, taking place in late December.

The recurrent theme of the Jazz Vespers is: "Experience the Presence of God Through the Sounds of Jazz." Currently in its third year, the Jazz Vespers series has built a following of jazz lovers around New York City and Brooklyn, and continues to secure well-respected jazz musicians that bring an unmistakable feeling of celebration for God, and the jazz art form. As a former attendee proclaimed, "I enjoy and look forward to Jazz Vespers! It is an amazing, spiritual, and, musical mixture. Praise God for Jazz!"

Emmanuel Baptist Church is located at 279 Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.
For more information on the Jazz Vespers, go to http://ebcconnects.com/jazzvespers/ or call (718) 622-1107.
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