“Let Their Voice Be Heard” Benefit Dinner

Join us on November 15th, 2022 to honor Edye Evans Hyde.

Join the Girls Choral Academy at our annual Let Their Voice Be Heard Benefit on Wednesday, November 15, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at Watermark Country Club. We will be honoring Edye Evans Hyde, Jazz Vocalist and Executive Director of Ebony Road Players, with our Giving Girls a Voice Award. Reception begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and program from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $100 each and include dinner, drinks and entertainment.  Please see the donation form to your right for more details on tickets and sponsorships. Contact the GCA at 616-361-6111 or cat@girlschoralacademy.org  for more details.

About Edye Evans Hyde

Awarded the 2011 West Michigan Jazz Society Musician of the Year, Edye Evans Hyde has been singing jazz, blues and pop
music for over 30 years in Michigan, Los Angeles, Asia and Europe.

She is the founding Executive Director of Ebony Road Players, a Grand Rapids theater company whose mission is to inspire, educate and engage the cultures of our community with high-quality theater productions focused on the Black experience.

We are excited to honor her for her inspirational career in music and theater.

Thank You to our 2021 Sponsors

Music Director

Peter C. & Emajean Cook Foundation

Michael and Valerie Feehan 

Flexco

Kim Mitchell

Lynn and Doug Weaver

Soloist

Karl and Patti Betz

Tassell-Wisner-Bottrall Foundation

Accompanist

Jean Enright

Ferris State University

Hospice of Michigan

Margaret Idema

Kiwanis Grand Rapids

Stephanie and George Leonardos

Marge's Donut Den

Stephanie McNamara and John Meulenberg

Mejier

Carol Moore

Old National Bank

Dormica and Reid Oppenhuizen

Rehmann

Robert and Marcy Roth