Veritas in Concert at BVBC, April 23, 2017
Join us on April 23, 2017 to experience the contemporary classical vocal sounds of Veritas. The concert begins at 6:00 p.m. with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. Don’t miss this chance to hear their unique musical styling. Brandywine Valley Baptist Church in Wilmington, Delaware is within an hour drive of Philadelphia and Baltimore. This is Veritas’ only performance in the Mid-Atlantic region. Get directions to BVBC.
Purchase tickets through iTickets. Ticket prices are $15 each or $10 for group tickets (10+). Tickets can also be purchased on Sunday mornings at BVBC starting March 19, 2017 or in the church office during the week.
Driven by a passionate spiritual and musical message imparting faith, hope, love and a commitment to ongoing musical excellence, five piece vocal powerhouse Veritas brings a fresh, dynamic twist to the contemporary classical genre which includes superstar groups such as Il Divo, Il Volo, The Tenors and – by extension – The Three Tenors.
Their music offers fans an unique musical style fashioned from a fusion of artistic excellence and creative pursuit with performances that inspire an audience of any distinction.
Since their official debut in September 2012, Veritas has performed more than 200 shows across the United States and has recently been touring with Sandi Patty’s “Forever Grateful: The Farewell Tour.” The group members are Veritas are Jeff Anderson (first tenor), James Berrian (baritone), Andrew Goodwin (second tenor), Jordan Johnson (first tenor) and Lucas Scott Lawrence (bass).
“One of the reasons we chose the name Veritas, the Latin word for ‘truth’ was as a nod to the group Truth that gave us our start,” says Lawrence. “It’s also, of course, tied to the message we share about God’s simple truth. That is the essence of our message, that He loves us.”
The group performs fan favorites’ such as “The Lord’s Prayer”; “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (from the Rogers & Hammerstein musical “Carousel”); MercyMe’s “I Can Only Imagine”; Switchfoot’s alternative rock smash “Dare You To Move”; and John Legend’s “If You’re Out There”; and an American Anthology of “America The Beautiful,” “God Bless America” and “Battle Hymn of the Republic.”
“We like to say in our concerts that the greatest desire of the human heart is to be loved… our music is all about sharing that love, that hope that connects to God’s perfect love,” says Lawrence. “Whether it’s to family, friends or through any relationship in life, the only reason we can share love with each other is because God shared it with us first.”
For more information about Veritas visit their website.