Sacramento Event: Sound of Giving Red Carpet Premiere
On November 18th, local choir RSVP (Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace), is premiering their PBS short film from Emmy-Award winning documentary producer Mike Bloebaum. Earlier this year, RSVP was filmed to show how they bring people together through the arts and give back to Sacramento charities. The resulting film, The Sound of Giving, follows RSVP throughout a season as they prepare concerts in support of Joshua’s House Hospice, the first such facility on the west coast dedicated to serving the terminally ill homeless. The Sound of Giving Premieres on November 18th at The Tower Theater.
After the movie, there will be a Q&A session with the Producer Mike Bloebaum, Larry Huntington, Director of Photography/Editor, Jennifer Reason, RSVP Artistic Director and Radio Host, Dr. Marlene M. von Friederichs-Fitzwater, Joshua's House Founder, and Mike Sanford, Associate General Manager of KVIE (PBS). This is a wonderful human interest story your audience will want to know about. It showcases Sacramento and the charitable works done by and for our community. All are invited and it's an event for all ages.
ABOUT RSVP: The mission of RSVP is to raise money and awareness for charities in Sacramento by performing free choral concerts. 100% of money collected at each concert series goes to the charity selected, and since their start in 2000, they have raised over $100,000 for community programs. RSVP is a 501(c)3 and the performers, most professional musicians, donate their time and talent to this amazing cause.
For more information or to schedule an appearance, contact [email protected] or 916-436-6147. Gina Mulligan can coordinate with the director Jennifer Reason about a performance or perhaps showing a clip from the documentary.
Date & Time
November 18, 2019