Voza Rivers to appear on Fuel for the Spirit

Denise Richadson will interview Voza Rivers on her radio show FUEL FOR THE SPIRIT which will air on AM 570 and 102.3FM The Mission WMCA:
 
Saturday, January 18, 2020 t 8:30 pm

 If you miss the interview on the radio, you can check it out at your leisure on the Fuel for the Spirit podcast (after 9pm)

Here's the link to the podcast:
 

From the streets of her South Bronx childhood to the broadcast studios of present-day Manhattan, Denise Richardson has covered a dizzying array of ground during her illustrious career
 
Formerly a Good Morning America correspondent, lifestyle and news reporter, fund-raising emcee / auctioneer, Sopranos guest star —these are just a few of her many notable titles. While she has many aliases, Denise, a woman of faith, brings a singular mission to everything she does: to connect people from every walk of life through mutual empowerment, empathy, and understanding. Ms. Richardson wholeheartedly believes in the power of each and every one of us to make a difference in the lives of others. As the former Director of Communications for The Salvation Army she saw that effort at work every day.

Press

  • VOZA RIVERS/NEW HERITAGE TO PRESENT "IT IS AFRICAN" MUSIC CONCERT

    PRESS RELEASE: February 17, 2020

    Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Williams Institutional CME Church presents "IT IS AFRICAN"
    Featuring the music of the AfroHORN Band & International
    Oyu Oro Afro- Cuban Dance Company 

     


    HARLEM: FEBRUARY 17, 2020
     
    Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Williams Institutional CME Church will present IT IS AFRICAN, a spiritual afternoon of African music and dance, on Sunday March 8, 2020 at 5pm. This special Harlem premiere performance features Francisco Mora-Catlett and his New York-based Afro Horn jazz ensemble, and a dance performance by the extraordinary Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Dance company, co-founded by Mora-Catlett's wife, Cuban dancer, international Afro-Cuban folk-lore performer, choreographer, teacher and dance ethnologist from Santiago de Cuba Danys "LaMora" Perez.
  • AWARD WINNING HARLEM-BASED CLASSICAL ACTRESS DEBRA ANN BYRD RETURNS TO PHOENIX WITH A NEW ONE-WOMAN SHOW

    (February 2020 – Harlem, New YorkClassical actress and producer Debra Ann Byrd undertook a remarkable journey to take on the role of Shakespeare’s noble general Othello — which she recently performed for Southwest Shakespeare Company at Taliesin West, winning her the 2019 Broadway World Arizona Lead Actress Award.  This past fall the actress recorded her experiences on becoming ‘The Moor of Venice’ as writer-in-residence at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in the UK, where she first performed her new solo show. 

    Now Southwest Shakespeare Company in partnership with Phoenix Art Museum are working together to celebrate Black History Month and Women’s History Month in Phoenix featuring visiting artist Debra Ann Byrd, as she performs her one-woman show BECOMING OTHELLO: A Black Girl’s Journey for a limited run at the Phoenix Art Museum, February 22 – March 29, 2020.

  • Voza Rivers / New Heritage Theatre Group and Rudi Mbele presents WOZA SOUTH AFRICA
    HARLEM: FEBRUARY 20, 2020 
     
    MOTHERLAND Messengers will make their Harlem debut as part of their 2020USA tour on Friday, March 6,at 7 PM at the historic Williams CME Church. Motherland Messengers are an ensemble of South African Gospel recording artists and musicians. Collectively they have wom numerous individul awards and have performed all over the world. This talented group of singers and musicians celebrates the power of spiritual music in their native languages and English and various musical genres including South African traditional gospel, Acapella, American Gospel and R&B. The producers are inviting all New Yorkers to come out and experience this complimentary performance and  these talented artists..
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