Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Patrick D. McCoy presented in Christmas Recital in Petersburg, Virginia

[Patrick D. McCoy with his mother, Velma McCoy-Pulley (PHOTO CREDIT: Terri Allen, Coalition for the African Americans in the Performing Arts)]

Patrick D. McCoy, tenor

The African-American Voice in Classical Music

was recently presented in a Christmas Recital
in Petersburg, Virginia

To defray the costs of his upcoming engagement at the University of California at Irvine, Patrick presented a recital of Christmas music at Covenant Presbyterian Church.

Covenant Presbyterian Church welcomed back former music director Patrick D. McCoy for a special afternoon of Christmas music. Themed "Christmas at Covenant" tenor Patrick D. McCoy presented a program of sacred music for the season. Mattie L. Wilkerson, Director of Music at Oak Street A.M.E. Zion Church served as piano accompanist.

"My hometown really made my heart leap for joy. To return to a special place during such a wonderful time of year was truly memorable. Words can't express the gratitude I have for the love that Covenant Presbyterian Church has expressed to me during the years." said McCoy

ADS and patrons for the presentation book used at the University of California at Irvine are welcomed. Rates are negotiable. What a great way to give your brand exposure on the West Coast, while supporting the efforts of the "The African American Voice in Classical Music!"


Patrick D. McCoy

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