By Tom Quiner
When I’m not blogging or running my business, I’m producing shows.
Last weekend, my wife and produced a show called LITTLE TOWN of BETHLEHEM in conjunction with the Respect Life group for Holy Trinity Catholic Church. The event was a fundraiser to raise money for a leading pro life group in our state, IOWANS FOR LIFE.
I wish followers of this blog could have been there for an evening of transcendent beauty. One of the high points was this fabulous presentation of the 1917 song, Gesú Bambino, written by the Italian composer, Pietro Yon. The song is performed by Renée Davenport (left) and Amy Leonard, backed up by the FIRE AND MERCY choir and orchestra.
If you are moved, you can support the cause of life by donating to IFL here. Thank-you!
By Tom Quiner
I am coming down the wire on a new production called LITTLE TOWN of BETHLEHEM.
The crush of getting this show finalized has cut into my blogging time. If you live in Iowa, I hope you can attend, as the show is promoted by the Respect Life committee for Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Proceeds will support Iowans for Life in their ongoing educational outreach promoting respect for human life.
The Saturday show is sold out, but seats are still available for Sunday’s matinee. The All-Christmas music show features five outstanding soloists as you can see on our promotional poster above. They are supported by a 24 voice choir and a 17 piece orchestra.
Can’t make it? You can still support the cause with your donation. Every dollar helps, so if you’re a Quiner’s Diner reader in Connecticut, North Carolina, or Singapore, you can still help fight the scourge of human abortion by clicking here and making a donation. Thank-you!