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Midnight Queer


  

Thank you so much for coming to A Midnight Queer! It was a wonderful show! Our brand new holiday CD A Midnight Queer is for sale now! To purchase, please visit our Chorus Store or our digital music page! For more One Voice Music, check this out!

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This is not your ordinary holiday concert! Join us as our host, poet and activist Andrea Jenkins, leads us on a musical journey honoring winter holiday traditions from across the globe including Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Pagan Solstice, Diwali, New Year's, MLK Day and Christmas. Jenkins and One Voice weave poetry and spoken word with music from composers as varied as Gabrielli, Vaughan Williams, Ysaye Barnwell and PDQ Bach, creating an enchanting, heartwarming experience that celebrates this season of light and darkness. 

 

Dates and Showtimes 


December 19 • 3:00 pm
Sundin Hall, Hamline University
1531 Hewitt Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104 (map)

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December 19 • 7:30 pm
Sundin Hall, Hamline University
1531 Hewitt Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104 (map)

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December 20 • 3:00 pm
Ordway Concert Hall
345 Washington St, St. Paul, MN 55102 (map)

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Meet Our Guest Artist, Andrea Jenkins!

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We are beyond thrilled and honored to welcome Andrea Jenkins as our host! Andrea is a poet, writer and multimedia visual and performance artist. She has been a part of the Twin Cities’ poetry community for years, earning several presitigous awards, fellowships and commissions during that time. She is a Senior Policy Aide to the 8th Ward City Council Member Elizabeth Glidden and serves on the boards of OutFront Minnesota, Forecast Public Art, and SMARTS. In addition, Andrea co-curates Intermedia Arts' Queer Voices. Reading Series with John Medeiros.


In 2010, Andrea was selected to be a Naked Stages Fellow, supported by the Jerome Foundation, to produce a one-woman show loosely based on her manuscript, Black Pearl. She was also a 2010 Intermedia Arts VERVE grant recipient for spoken word poetry. She has one beautiful daughter, Nia, and an equally beautiful granddaughter, Aniyah.


Recently, Andrea was hired by the Tretter Archive to direct a queer oral history project and just published a collection of her poems called, The T is Not Silent, which will be available for purchase before and after each show!

 

Advertise with Us!

The deadline for our program is December 5, 2015. If you are interested in advertising in our program please consult our Ad Sales Information Sheet here and contact Rocky at operations@onevoicemn.org. 

 

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