On Sunday, March 23rd at 4pm, the Friends of Music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Westfield will present a concert by Vox Fidelis,
a professional a cappella choir founded in 2005 by choral director and
choral music scholar Timothy Smith. The concert will feature
Renaissance choral music prepared for the season of Lent. Vox Fidelis ("Faithful
Voice") is comprised of 10 talented singers who perform throughout the
tri-state area. These include soprano Carey Hackett (front row center
in photo), who is also a professional soloist in the St. Paul's Parish
Choir. St. Paul's is located at 414 E. Broad Street in Westfield. Area
parking is free. Concert tickets may be purchased at the door. A
donation of $20 is suggested for adults; students are welcome at no
charge. Concert attendees are invited to a wine and hors d'oeuvres
reception following the concert. For more information, please call St.
Paul's Music Director Charles M. Banks at (908) 451-5082.