On Sunday, November 10th at 3:00 P.M. at Roberts Park United Methodist Church, we welcome Callie Day as she sings with Matthew's Voices for Hope Lives Here! a concert benefiting the choir. All ticket sales will go to help sustain the programming that happens weekly in Matthew's Voices.
Callie Day is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She has performed with the Miami University Opera, the Cincinnati Opera, the Bowling Green State Opera, and in recent years , a touring member of the American Spiritual Ensemble. She has traveled extensively performing across the nation, in Europe, and Central America.
Recently, Callie has taken social media by storm as fans all over the United States have captured her amazing voice in videos that have almost instantly gone viral!
Even before then, many had already witnessed her gifts in schools and churches where she’s taught and served, and especially in her local Walmart where she was featured as the “Singing Pharmacy Tech” on several commercials.
In August 2016, Callie released her 1st single, “Hear My Prayer”, a Moses Hogan composition arranged by Callie Day, Lan Wilson, G. LeRon Rainey, and Mark Lacy. Her freshman album was released on April 14, 2017 and is available on Itunes, Google Play and Amazon.
In 2019, Callie appeared on NBC's "America's Got Talent" where judge Simon Cowell said after her stirring performance, "If anyone ever asks me what does Gospel mean, I'm gonna go, 'Listen to you'."
Jason Fishburn-Grooten, Founder and Artistic Director of Matthew's Voices said, "Callie brings a breadth of vocal artistry that will inspire, invigorate, and encourage the singers in Matthew's Voices." Callie is set to work with the choir during the regular 1:00 p.m. rehearsal on November 10th and appear later in the afternoon in concert at 3:00 p.m.
Fishburn encourages everyone to subscribe to the Matthew's Voices e-newsletter at www.matthewsvoices.org to receive a generous ticket discount to "Hope Lives Here!"
Tickets to "Hope Lives Here!" are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hope-lives-here-tickets-71995461363
Callie received the Associate’s degree from Sinclair Community College in Vocal Performance, the Bachelors degree from Bowling Green State University in Vocal Performance, the Master’s degree in Education with a Music Concentration from University of Dayton. Callie is also currently a candidate for the Masters of Fine Arts (Miami University, OH) and Doctor of Music degrees (University of Kentucky). Her doctoral project is “Exploring The Role Of African American Opera Singers In The Establishment Of The Spiritual As A Musicial Art Form From 1900 to 1920”
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, November 10th at 3:00 P.M. at Roberts Park United Methodist Church for "Hope Lives Here!"