Faith into Action

 

Join us on September 18, 2022 at 4 p.m. for our annual Interfaith Concert performed live at the Sheldon Concert Hall. 

The live free concert will feature groups of many faiths, professional soloists or duets and interactive activities outside after the performance. 

The concert features original compositions, performances by Soprano Christine Brewer and the Interfaith Youth Chorus under the direction of Maria Ellis, and music by ensembles from a variety of faith groups. 

Reserve your free tickets here: 

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"Creating Our Future - Together!"

On September 12, 2021, the tenth anniversary Arts & Faith Interfaith Concert premiered on YouTube, Facebook and on HEC-TV.

The video features performances by world-renowned soprano Christine Brewer, the Interfaith Youth Chorus and a retrospective of musical performances by a variety of faith ensembles. 

The hour-long concert can be viewed on the concerts tab or on the

Arts & Faith YouTube Channel. 

Covid Protocols--Subject to change!

Beginning April 22, 2022, The Sheldon will no longer require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test to attend concerts or events. As previously announced, masks are also no longer required for entry. For the health and safety of patrons, volunteers, staff and artists, The Sheldon strongly recommends masking at all times, unless eating or drinking, especially for those who are unvaccinated.

For more than a decade, Arts & Faith St. Louis has united people of diverse faiths and cultures through music, visual art and spoken word. 

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Now in its tenth year, Arts & Faith St. Louis began on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with an interfaith commemoration in music at The Sheldon Concert Hall. The concert, which has become an annual event, has been presented to capacity audiences each year.

 

Headlined by renowned soprano Christine Brewer and other acclaimed local musicians, the event showcases the performances of many diverse faith groups, providing attendees with a unique opportunity for reflection, unity, and peace.

In recent years Arts & Faith St. Louis has expanded its reach with a wide range of projects to bring groups together through artistic expressions and interfaith connections, including docent-led tours of the St. Louis Art Museum and other visual art projects and storytelling, spoken word, and poetry.