John Angotti in Concert at L.A. Cathedral October 5th
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SANTA MONICA, CA (September 28, 2009) - Join popular Catholic music artist and composer John Angotti performing in concert on Monday, October 5th at 8:00 pm at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral Conference Center located at 555 W. Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
The concert also features special guest appearances by Catholic Praise Records (CPR) debut recording artist, Harrison Crenshaw (Cantor-St. Monica Catholic Church & L.A. Religious Education Congress masses) and the St. Monica Catholic Community Gospel Choir.
A music ministry workshop and panel discussion on the future of contemporary Catholic music will be facilitated by Christian/pop music producer and triple-platinum publisher, Jonell Polansky of Nashville, TN (Tim McGraw & the Dance Hall Doctors) as well veteran music conductor Ed Archer (GIA Publishing, L.A. Congress-Youth Day).
The workshops begin at 6:30pm. The event is hosted by Catholic Praise Records (Michelle Crenshaw, President) and sponsored in part by WLP Music/J. S. Paluch Publishing.
For more info or to purchase tickets visit www.catholicpraiserecords.com
Catholic Praise Records
http://www.catholicpraiserecords.com CA, 90405 US
Michelle Crenshaw - President , 310 745-6997
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