Baha'i singers, a Congolese choir, Hindu classical dancers and klezmer musicians are among the performers slated to participate Sunday in a special event to celebrate the region's diversity of faiths, belief and culture.
The Network of Religious Communities, Western New York's largest interfaith organization, is sponsoring "Faith Songs, Spirit Voices," a multi-faith and multicultural celebration of 160 years of religion and spirituality in Western New York.
The event will run from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday in the Montante Center at Canisius College, 2001 Main St. It will include music, dance, storytelling, exhibits and ethnic foods. Other performers include the Nomads rap group, Citywide Gospel Choir, Sikh Bhangra music, Orchard Park Community Bell Choir and violinist Rick Kay of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Tickets are $10. Call 882-4793 for details.