Events

Benefit Concert

Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 7:00pm

Heather Sorenson performed an album release concert to benefit The Grace Center, a new Dallas-area non-profit organization, which provided dental care to underserved members of our community. This was a FREE event at Woodcreek Church, 3400 E. Renner Rd., Richardson, with all concert album sales donated to The Grace Center. 

On behalf of the Grace Center, we would like to thank Heather for her continued support and an amazing performance!

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about the album

Heather Sorenson’s newest album Midnight Faith was released on September 23. Although she is most well-known as a choral composer and pianist, Midnight Faith shows her musical diversity, as she dabbles in folk, Christian, jazz, original classical, and her own signature singer-songwriter style. 

This album was engineered and produced by Todd Whitelock, recipient of 8 Grammys, and engineer to celebrities world-wide including Wynton Marsalis, Idina Menzel, Chick Corea, Bette Midler, Josh Groban, Yo-Yo Ma, Harry Connick, Jr., Kristin Chenoweth, Sting, Willie Nelson, Renee Fleming, Itzhak Perlman, Isaac Stern, the Boston Pops, the Metropolitan Opera, Broadway Shows, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and many others. 

Midnight Faith is a true concept album. While incredibly diverse in style, this album has a running thread of a nighttime theme which seams the original songs and genres together into one cohesive work. In her unique signature approach to songwriting, Heather combines different genres into individual songs, creating a blend of sound that is characteristic of her music. The first phrase of the title song speaks to the inspiration for the project: “Faith looks different in the dark.”

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about heather sorenson

Heather Sorenson is an internationally known songwriter and composer from Dallas, TX, whose works are performed in churches, universities, and concerts worldwide. She is contracted by the Hal Leonard Corporation, the largest print music publisher in the world, and has hundreds of compositions in print through various publishing houses. Initially recognized for her skill as a pianist, she is now widely known for her choral, piano, and orchestral works. Heather has appeared multiple times at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and Constitution Hall.

Although she is most well-known as a choral composer and pianist, Heather’s new album Midnight Faith shows her musical diversity, as she dabbles in folk, Christian, jazz, original classical, and her own signature singer-songwriter style. 

For more information

To learn more about Heather and her new album, Midnight Faith, visit HeatherSorenson.com