2012 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/ 2012 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658588 165658588 Presentation of colors by St. Louis County Police Pipes and Drums Honor Guard of St. Louis County police. Detective Patrick Night, St. Louis County Police, accompanied by pianist Peter Martin song The Star Spangled Banner. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658589 165658589 St. Louis pianist Peter Martin played The Star Spangled Banner at the opening of the Second Annual 2012 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658590 165658590 St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard of St. Louis County Police. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658591 165658591 Welcome and Gathering by Leigh Greenhaw, President of St. Louis Interfaith Partnership/Faith, Beyond Walls & Timothy O'Leary, General Director, Opera Theatre of St.Louis. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658592 165658592 Welcome and Gathering by Leigh Greenhaw, President of St. Louis Interfaith Partnership/Faith, Beyond Walls & Timothy O'Leary, General Director, Opera Theatre of St.Louis. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658593 165658593 Welcome and Gathering by Leigh Greenhaw, President of St. Louis Interfaith Partnership/Faith, Beyond Walls & Timothy O'Leary, General Director, Opera Theatre of St.Louis. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658594 165658594 Keynote speaker Dr. Gerald Early, Director, Center for the Humanities of Washington University in St. Louis. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658595 165658595 Soprano Christine Brewer, accompanied by pianist Peter Martin, sings 'How Can I Keep from Singing.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658596 165658596 Pianist Peter Martin accompanies soprano Christine Brewer who sings 'How Can I Keep from Singing.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658597 165658597 Soprano Christine Brewer, accompanied by pianist Peter Martin, sings 'How Can I Keep from Singing.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658598 165658598 Soprano Christine Brewer, accompanied by pianist Peter Martin, sings 'How Can I Keep from Singing.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658599 165658599 St. Cecilia Parish Church, Combined Spanish Choirs sing 'Aqui estoy Senor.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658600 165658600 Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis choir sings 'United We Are' music by Rabin Ghash, lyrics by Kaleem Usmani. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658601 165658601 Hindu Temple of St. Louis choir sings 'Prayer for Universal Peace' from the Hindu Advaita Philosophy. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658602 165658602 Hindu Temple of St. Louis choir sings 'Prayer for Universal Peace' from the Hindu Advaita Philosophy. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658603 165658603 Hindu Temple of St. Louis choir sings 'Prayer for Universal Peace' from the Hindu Advaita Philosophy. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658604 165658604 Shaare Zedek Synagogue Hazzan Joanna Selznick Dulkin sings 'Amen' by Kobi Oshrat. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658605 165658605 Sikh Study Circle of St. Louis choir sings 'Recitations from Guru Granth Sahib Ji' by Guru Arjun Dev Ji. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658606 165658606 Jazz vocalist Brian Owens accompanied by the Dickson String Quartet sings 'You Raise Me Up' words & music by Brendan Graham and Rolf Lovland. Arranged by Maureen Byrne. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658607 165658607 Pianist Peter Martin plays 'Amazing Grace' arranged by Peter Martin. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658608 165658608 Pianist Peter Martin plays 'Amazing Grace' arranged by Peter Martin. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658609 165658609 Christine Brewer and Brian Owens, accompanied by Peter Martin sing 'The Prayer' by Carole Sager and David Foster. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658610 165658610 Christine Brewer and Brian Owens, accompanied by Peter Martin sing 'The Prayer' by Carole Sager and David Foster. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658611 165658611 Christine Brewer and Brian Owens, accompanied by Peter Martin sing 'The Prayer' by Carole Sager and David Foster. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658612 165658612 Christine Brewer and Brian Owens, accompanied by Peter Martin sing 'The Prayer' by Carole Sager and David Foster. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658613 165658613 AME Church Missouri Conference Choir directed by Pastor Frederick Joseph McCullough sing 'Home' arranged by Frederick Joseph McCullough. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658614 165658614 AME Church Missouri Conference Choir directed by Pastor Frederick Joseph McCullough sing 'Home' arranged by Frederick Joseph McCullough. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658615 165658615 Closing and Benediction by Rabbi Howard Kaplansky, Advisory Board Chair, Michael and Barbara Newmark Institute for Human Relations at the Jewish Community Relations Council. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658616 165658616 Grand Finale starts with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & the AME Church Missouri Conference Choir singing 'God Bless America.' Then, progressively they are join by all the other performers. Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658617 165658617 Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658618 165658618 Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658619 165658619 Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658620 165658620 Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658621 165658621 Grand Finale with soprano Christine Brewer, Peter Martin & Brian Owens joined by the Dickson String Quartet, the St. Louis County Police Pipes & Drums Honor Guard and choirs of the faith community in St. Louis to sing 'God Bless America.' Photo credit by Ray Marklin. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165658622 165658622 After the 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music the audience was invited to participate in an interactive experience with St. Louis artist Lindsey Scott's art piece 'The Unity Web,' in which people wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the sculpture, symbolizing their desire for peace, acceptance and unity among all religions, and beliefs. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165805845 165805845 After the 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music the audience was invited to participate in an interactive experience with St. Louis artist Lindsey Scott's art piece 'The Unity Web,' in which people wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the sculpture, symbolizing their desire for peace, acceptance and unity among all religions, and beliefs. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165805846 165805846 After the 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music the audience was invited to participate in an interactive experience with St. Louis artist Lindsey Scott's art piece 'The Unity Web,' in which people wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the sculpture, symbolizing their desire for peace, acceptance and unity among all religions, and beliefs. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165805847 165805847 After the 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music the audience was invited to participate in an interactive experience with St. Louis artist Lindsey Scott's art piece 'The Unity Web,' in which people wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the sculpture, symbolizing their desire for peace, acceptance and unity among all religions, and beliefs. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165805848 165805848 After the 9/11 Interfaith Memorial in Music the audience was invited to participate in an interactive experience with St. Louis artist Lindsey Scott's art piece 'The Unity Web,' in which people wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the sculpture, symbolizing their desire for peace, acceptance and unity among all religions, and beliefs. https://www.artsfaithstl.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=165805849 165805849