Age of Majority Singers invites you to join us for an evening of music and dialogue around themes of allyship, racial justice and awakening to action.
The program includes excerpts from a panel discussion with Kevin Ramessar, and Jon Corbin, as well as songs and video.
Age of Majority Singers is a community choir based in Kitchener-Waterloo, whose mission is to foster a diverse community in which young people can share their love of music.
Kevin Ramessar is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, composer, and conductor whose Broadway credits include Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, To Kill A Mockingbird, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Dear Evan Hansen. Having spent the last 20 years touring internationally, Kevin finds joy in vibrant musical collaborations, and is deeply committed to anti-colonial, anti-racist practices and cultivating more equitable, just, and inclusive communities. You can find out more at kevinramessar.com.
Jon Corbin is a Canadian hip-hop artist, spoken word poet, speaker, band leader, writer and DJ based in Milton, ON. He is also a high school teacher and father of five children with his wife, Abigail. Since 2001, first under the name The Runaway, Jon has blessed stages big and small with lyrical themes of faith, love, family, social justice, and personal growth. You can find out more at joncorbinmusic.com.
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