The Agape International Choir is a dynamic collection of over 150 individuals who are of service to the high vibration of Unconditional Love. When these voices join together, something positively breathtaking occurs, bringing transformation and true joy to the planet. Under the beautiful direction of Marianne Lewis, ALSP, The Agape International Choir raises the roof and helps to raise consciousness wherever they go.
The choir sings on the last Sunday of every month at their spiritual home, the Agape International Spiritual Center, located at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA.
The Agape Choir has been honored to perform in venues such as the 2008 Democratic National Convention and Inauguration in Washington DC., at Lincoln Center, the United Nations, The Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theatre, John Anson Ford Theatre and The Getty Museum. Additionally, the choir takes the love to the streets, bringing light and tremendous joy to downtown Culver City and LA’s Skid Row, with an inclusive program steeped in healing music and messages of self-acceptance and empowerment.
Joining the Choir!
The choir opens twice a year. Those wanting to join just come to rehearsal and sing the chorus of “I Release.” The choir audition remains open for about a month and reopens in the following year.
Requirements: Being a member of Agape for at least 4 months and being of service in one of the ministries in the community and/or taking classes through Agape University for at least 4 months.
For more information on becoming a member or inviting the choir to be a part of your special event, please email music @ agapelive.com.
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The Agape Choir Ensemble, directed by Marianne Lewis, performed recently at the Saban Theater for the Kindred Spirits Organization benefiting “Save a Child’s Heart” Foundation. The Agape Choir Ensemble gathered today during services to share one of their favorite musical selections from that evening with us, “I Was Here”.
“I Was Here” was originally written by Hillary Scott, Gary Burr, and Victoria Shaw; and was recorded by Lady Antebellum in 2008.