Ryan Silverman Will Be One of 600 Performers Taking Part in Voices United Concert

By Andrew Gans
10 Oct 2012

St. Malachy's – The Actors Chapel will present Voices United, a star-studded musical extravaganza with The Voices United Choral Festival, Nov. 12 at 7:30 PM at The Beacon Theatre.



Raymond Arroyo will host the evening, which will feature over 600 performers, including Broadway’s Ryan Silverman. Eric Knapp will conduct.

Attendees can expect young metropolitan-area musicians singing in a festival chorus along with an orchestra and conga ensemble. Also on the bill will be performers from many tri-state area choirs, including The Choir at St. Malachy’s, Connecticut Choral Society and New Jersey Choral Society. The program will include “Hope for Resolution” by Caldwell Ivory and more.

The evening will also celebrate two dedicated leaders, Fr. Benedict J. Groeschel CFR, recipient of The Father George Moore Award – Religious Leader Award, and David Higgs, who will receive The Paul Creston Award.

The concert will benefit the outreach ministries of The Actor's Chapel, as well as Covenant House New York.

The Beacon Theatre is located at 2124 Broadway (West 74th Street). Tickets range from $25 - $250 and are available at Ticketmaster. For more information visit www.VoicesUnited.com.