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Fourth Friday: Verese Vassell-Bowen

February 25 @ 7:00 pm

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Verese Vassell-Bowen Fourth Friday concert

February is Black History Month and Verese Vassell-Bowen will be joining us for an incredible Fourth Friday concert. On February 25 at 7 pm, Verese will perform her powerful soul-stirring music at the Civic Museum.

The concert will be streamed from Guelph Museums’ Facebook Page, and available for a limited time afterwards on our YouTube channel and Museum Everywhere portal.

We will continue to evaluate Ontario’s COVID-19 guidelines for in-person events. Stay tuned for updates.

About Verese Vassell-Bowen:

Verese Vassell-Bowen is a singer, songwriter and recording artist based in the City of Guelph. She graced the Canadian gospel scene in 2016 with her debut album Forever Praise.  This project blends a combination of Traditional, Contemporary, Neo Soul, and even Spoken Word into a soul-stirring musical work. Her new single “I Am Enough” takes you on a journey from pain to praise.

Verese served as the Artistic Director for Guelph Black Heritage Society’s Juneteenth Celebration 2021. She has gracefully shared the stage with some of southern Ontario’s finest musicians and singers.  Verese also served as executive producer and visionary for the annual Joy In the City, A Christmas Gospel Celebration and Women in Worship (May 2018). Her music can be found on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other digital music outlets. CDs can also be found at The Bookshelf, downtown Guelph or CD baby.

In her personal life Verese is a wife and mother of 3 beautiful children. She worked in the financial industry for over 11 years. Presently, she’s an Insurance Agent.

Fourth Fridays are generously sponsored by Beth & Ryan

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February 25
7:00 pm
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