Wednesday, March 28, marks the kickoff of this year’s “Tenebrae” Tour.
The Sent Forth brings its high energy Passion concert to three different churches again this year.
Having started at Fulton’s Holy Trinity Parish in 2013, “Tenebrae” blends contemporary music, narration, and computer projections making the experience fully immersive.
Joining the band this year will be Marguerite Beebe singing “Any Other Man” and “Claudia’s Dream,” Renee Newton singing “Light in the Darkness” and “Lashes.”
Narrating this year’s production will be James Oldenberg.
This year the tour starts in Carthage, NY, on March 28, Fulton on March 29 and finishes on Good Friday, March 30, at Clyde Baptist Church.
The March 30 show will also be the release of the companion CD, which just completed production.
“We are looking forward to this year’s run,” said bass guitarist/ lead vocalist Michael A. Bolio. “We will be visiting places we have never done the show and exposing new audiences to this experience.”
The Sent Forth began as a worship band for a Friday night service at Federated Church of Port Byron and soon found themselves called to other churches to present their unique brand of worship.
Having played in many states up and down the Eastern Seaboard, they are glad this tour keeps them close to home.
“This summer will be filled with tent revivals, and festivals all over NY,” said Bolio, “Including GodStock in Dempster Grove Campground, and many others through out the summer. Tenebrae is our chance to bring what we do to local audiences.”
If you have no plans for Holy week, why not join us for an evening that will be memorable in every way, take in a performance of Tenebrae.