A Special Spring Concert, benefiting the Alexandria Museum of Art, and held in the sanctuary of the Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim Jewish Temple.
A tribute to the life and career of Carole King, this concert will feature a selection of her songs as performed by Octavia Jackson Williams and Special Guest, with musical accompaniment by Michael Sterne, Bud Albright, and Dale Lingenfelter, in a concert setting on stage in the sanctuary area of the temple, with cocktails preceding the performance.
For over the past twenty years, Christian Recording Artist, Octavia has been singing. During that time among other activities, she has filled a roll as worship leader. Octavia serves on various local charity boards and has also volunteered in a number of American Cancer Society Fundraisers; however, her biggest passion is God and music. Her journey began singing at an early age and she has continued spreading the gospel with music ever since. In 2013 she debut her single “God Will Deliver” on iTunes. This fresh sound quickly connected to audiences across culturally diverse communities. Octavia continues to inspire listeners with her unique style of music. Music from her latest album “Cheerleader” can be heard on local as well as internet radio stations.
Tickets are $45 for Alexandria Museum of Art Members, $50 for non-members.
About the Alexandria Museum of Art: The Alexandria Museum of Art opened in October 1977 as the public organ of the Central Louisiana Art Association, which had existed since 1938. Since its inception, the Museum was housed in a complex dominated by the historic Rapides Bank Building, c. 1898, a National Register structure. The Mission of the Alexandria Museum of Art is to foster a culturally rich community by engaging, enlightening and inspiring individuals through innovative art experiences. For additional information visit www.themuseum.org.