Four Pianos in Praise Concert will benefit Isaiah 117 House

Published 8:22 am Friday, February 14, 2020

Mila Vox, Inc. (1000 voices) announces the sale of tickets for two performances of Four Pianos in Praise, Saturday, March 14, at 2 and 7 p.m. at Milligan College’s Seeger Chapel.
The unique concert, originally performed for Central Baptist Church’s 150th birthday celebration last year, features four grand pianos and 12 area pianists, and will benefit the work of Isaiah 117 House, an East Tennessee based organization that provides safe, loving havens for vulnerable children awaiting foster care.
“We’re thrilled to reprise this beloved concert for music-lovers and support the important and inspiring work of Isaiah 117 House,” says Mila Vox founder, Annemarie Dugan. “Our organization exists entirely to bring people together in excellent performances that benefit children who suffer.”
Dugan continues, “It’s an honor to collaborate with this noble charity that serves local kids in what literally may be their loneliest hour. We pray folks will flock to this concert and God will do His usual thing — bless beyond measure.”
Executive Director Ronda Paulson, who in 2014 established the ministry after personal experience as a foster parent, agrees, “Isaiah 117 House is so excited to partner with Mila Vox! We are honored to be chosen for their inaugural event. I just love the idea,” Paulson says, “of people using their God-given talents to further His work.”
Concert repertoire includes genres for everyone; hymn arrangements, gospel, classical, patriotic, crowd-pleasing show tunes, and an encore that “will bring the house down,” organizers say.
Tickets can be purchased online at $25 for individuals; $20 for groups of 10 or more. Groups are encouraged to book early.
Seeger Chapel is located at 1 Blowers Blvd., Milligan College.

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