Graphic of four soul singers in gowns with hands raised

Soul II: Roots and Rights

Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Calvary Church, Peterborough

Featuring: Aadin Church | Divine Brown |

Sponsored by:

David Goyette

 

AADIN CHURCH

Photograph of Aadin ChurchBorn the last of six children in Toronto, Canada, Aadin is a singer, actor, director, producer, and writer who has been blessed to have performed with some of the world’s best, including Patti Labelle, Mariah Carey, and Deborah Cox.

Aadin has appeared in Broadway productions such as Disney’s The Lion King and The Little Mermaid, Miss Saigon, Dreamgirls, The Buddy Holly Story, Ragtime, Guys & Dolls, and Sister Act. Recently, he performed the role of Lord Aster in the Arts Club presentation of Peter and the Starcatcher.

Not content with being on the stage, Aadin has stepped behind the scenes, writing, directing, and producing. He has worked on Caroline, or Change, which won three Toronto Theatre Critics’ Awards and four Dora Awards, and on Ruined fo the Obsidian Theatre Company.

The future is bright for this multitalented individual, as he continues to achieve excellence in everything and anything that he decides to do. “Glory to God for the great things he has done!” Can you tell that Aadin also sings Gospel?

 

 

 

 

DIVINE BROWN

Photograph of Divine BrownA rare gift to have, Divine Brown’s five-octave vocal range makes everybody stand up and pay attention. Divine captured the heart of the public, and her music garnered her a Certified Gold Album for her debut self-titled project (2005 – Universal Music), a Juno Award for R&B Album of the Year (The Love Chronicles, 2009) as well as a SOCAN #1 Award.

Her versatility as a performer, both musically and vocally, has found her manifesting success in the musical theatre world, as well as in the Top 40 on radio. Divine has starred in several musical plays such as Rent, Ain’t Miss Behavin’ (St Lawrence Centre), Life, Death and the Blues (Theatre Passe Muraille), Father Comes Home From The War Part 1, 2 & 3 (Soul Pepper Theatre), and Passing Strange (Musical Stage Company).