Cecilia St. King in Concert!
Saturday February 2, 7:00 pm, Doors open at 6:30. Light Refreshments after.
Tickets: $20 in advance, $30 at the door. Now on sale before and after the Sunday service in the Sanctuary or at Eventbrite.
Recent Quotes about Cecilia's Performances:
"I was at the Interfaith Cafe' for Cecilia's performance. She was amazing. Such a beautiful, moving and inspiring performance. Her songs and stories are so powerful and she sings from the heart. I was alternately tearing up, laughing and everything in between."
"If you can book her, book her. If she’s playing near you, go see her. This is a very special woman and a very special performance. Don’t miss it!!" Ilene Tuller
"I thoroughly enjoyed the concert,and from what I saw so did about 80 other people. They didn't want her to stop and asked for more, and more. She has quite a few new fans!!!" Marcy Anshen
"Cecilia, through her inspiring words and music, lead devoted and admiring listeners on a personal path toward inner peace. Last night at the Interfaith Cafe, the overflow audience did not want Cecilia to leave the stage. They know Cecilia's words speak to each of them. One of Cecilia's goals is to cause a transformation within each of us toward peace, which will lead to world peace. If last night was any sampling, she is well on her way! Cecilia is a major talent, and who resides in our midst. Her talent and message must be shared. Larger venues will mean more grateful fans." Iris M Darvin
International recording artist Cecilia St. King has dedicated her life to healing our planet through the power of music. Over her 25-year career, she has performed worldwide. After running from the falling towers of the World Trade Center and discovering cancer in her throat 6 months later, her focus turned to peace. Her work has been endorsed by the United Nations, the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence and the National Peace Academy.
She is now in her 17th year of touring throughout the United States, playing in venues as diverse as; San Quentin Prison, the United Nations, The Parliament of the World’s Religions for 10,000 people.
Since calling Delray Beach home in 2018 Cecilia took 1st place in the prestigious songwriter's competition at the South Florida Folk Festival. She performed and counseled children after the Parkland tragedy, raised $15,000 for students to go to the March on Washington, sang for 1000 people at the vigil for gun control in Delray Beach, performed for the March for the Ocean in West Palm Beach and for the Together We Remember vigil for Holocaust remembrance in Boca Raton.
Translating the Ageless Wisdom Teachings into song, her concerts blend American roots music, merging rock, blues, folk, spirituals and a hint of jazz. Her music is positive and contemporary and offers a powerful antidote to turmoil in our current times. Audiences are encouraged to participate. Singing a joyous note, they will laugh, and might cry, but most assuredly they are left feeling a sense of hope that leaves them wanting more.