Danrich, who wrote this show, shines as its sun, and not just because of her gorgeous singing. Her passion for that admirable group of black Harlem artists and intellectuals, some famous and some forgotten, came through in her body language and in every word and note.

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Wesley Festival-Kennedy Center (Imagine No Malaria)

Soprano Soloist

Wesley Festival@Kennedy Center


Saturday, May 23, 2015@8:00 p.m.

Join founder James Ramsey, guest conductor Helen Cha-Pyo of the Empire State Youth Orchestra, Soprano, Adrienne Danrich, singers from around the world, and invited leaders and dignitaries of the United Methodist Church, Imagine No Malaria, and the United States, at the Kennedy Center for the 2015 Wesley Festival!

Imagine No Malaria distributes mosquito bed nets; trains community health workers to educate; and creates and coaches local health boards in wide-ranging health strategies, budgeting, and over site.  Because of Imagine No Malaria, hospitals and rural clinics are equipped with life-saving medication and diagnostic kits. This multi-pronged approach revitalizes and strengthens the public health infrastructure ensuring long-term sustainability. Imagine No Malaria, is transforming individuals, families, communities, and nations through programs delivered by UMCOR, and through partnership with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The impact of this work is seen all across Sub-Saharan Africa.