Posts Tagged ‘Foxtails Brigade

03
Mar
17

Music of the Spheres

Music of the Spheres

April 28, 2017

Stellium will be infusing social good, an amazing feast, and music to bring to life a magical evening. Music of the Spheres is an ancient concept regarding movements of celestial bodies – sun, moon, planets and stars to form something big and create a beautiful symphony throughout the galaxy. Stellium will showcase its own interpretation on how these beautiful movements bring together various forces of good – talented artists, amazing advocates, and a sumptuous feast to make a lasting difference in the fight against human trafficking.

The Grace Cathedral courtyard will become a dinner hall where guests will enjoy a full course, decadent meal complete with wine. Following the dinner, guests will head into the cathedral which will be magically lit to feel like you are in celestial space. This incredible performance will pair a youth ensemble of strings, horns, choir, and percussion with some of the most exciting bay area bands and artists. As the performance begins and beautiful music fills the air, the audience will be left in awe of the experience.

The event will be graced with awesome live performances by our advocates and partner music artists including:

Kev Choice Ensemble
Jel of Anticon
Foxtails Brigade
Pure Powers
Jamie Way
Khafre Jay

And many more to come…

Dinner begins at 5:00 PM
Performance begins at 7:00 PM

$30 – $300

TICKETS

Grace Cathedral

1100 California Street

San Francisco, CA 94108

13
Sep
16

Harm(onic) Reduction

Untitled | by McPongolstein

THE MOVEMENT TO END CHILD TRAFFICKING THROUGH MUSIC IS COMING TO OAKLAND 09.17.16

Join us for Stellium’s Harm(onic) Reduction event – an all-day music and arts festival in downtown Oakland to end child and youth trafficking in the Bay Area. The event will start at 12 p.m., and will include live performances by Bay Area artists including Del The Funky Homosapien, Jel of Anticon, Tune-Yards, Foreign Legion, San Geronimo, Beerwine King, Black, and many more. There will also be pop-up shops, food trucks, and an interactive art feature, where attendees will be able to walk in the shoes of trafficking victims.

WHERE: 19th Street & Franklin Street in Oakland, CA

WHEN: 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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