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The HBCU Symphony Inaugural Performance

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Dear Friends, Supporters, and Believers in the Power of Music and Faith, we are excited to partner with Umi Feeds, to produce an extraordinary endeavor that combines the soul-stirring harmonies of Gospel music with the power of education, unity, and transformation. Welcome to the "HBCU Symphony: inaugural performance fundraiser!" Want to join us in making a difference? Any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.

Our Collective Symphony:
Imagine the enchanting melodies of Gospel music weaving through the air, uniting 12 of the nation's most renowned Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in a harmonious celebration. This is our dream, and we believe that with your support, we can make it a reality.





Curtis's Inspiring Journey:
Meet Curtis, a Graduate of Tennessee State University (TSU), whose played a pivotal leadership role during the historic Grammy win. From his beginnings as a student at TSU, Curtis's talent and dedication have propelled him from the classroom to the grandest stages. Today, he's a proud member of the HBCU Symphony and has toured the nation, sharing his gift of music and faith with countless others.

Curtis's story is a testament to the transformative power of education, faith, and opportunity. With your help, we can create more stories like his and inspire countless others to follow their dreams, just as Curtis did.

Sustainability Worth Donating To:
Our mission extends beyond the stage. We are committed to creating sustainable opportunities for talented individuals and fostering a love for Gospel music that transcends generations. By supporting this campaign, you're not only helping us put on the first-ever HBCU Symphony performance but also investing in the future of aspiring musicians and professional performers.

See the performance:
February 12, 2024 in Mobile, Alabama. Performing for the Queen of Mardi Gras. Most think the Mardi Gras tradition started in New Orleans, it actually started and has continued in Mobile, Alabama since 1703. The symphony's performance will be a sonic journey back to the last slave ship to America. Why Gospel? Mardi Gras is a Catholic tradition.

Join Our Journey:
We need your support to raise $100,000. Whether it's a small donation or a larger contribution, your generosity will make a profound difference. Every note sung, every chord played, and every life transformed is a testament to the power of faith and unity. Let's write history together. Join our journey, and be a part of something bigger than ourselves.

Your contribution will help us purchase musical instruments, fund rehearsals, and bring this ambitious project to fruition. Together, we can inspire, uplift, and unite through the magic of Gospel music. Thank you for being a part of our mission to make Gospel history! Your support, whether through financial contribution or by steaming the music, you're still giving to the cause.

Together, we will create a symphony of faith, love, and music that will resonate in the hearts of many.

With gratitude and harmony,
Sir the Baptist
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Sir William Baptist
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Gulfport, MS
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