Hannibal pays a “thank-you” visit to the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Ar

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A couple of days after the premiere of “One Land, One River, One People” at Girard College’s 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, Hannibal visited the students from The Philadelphia School of Creative and Performing Arts choir. He thanked the students for their hard work and relentless dedication to the piece.

The students thanked him as well.

One student said of the performance, “I felt as though our auras combined … it was so powerful.”

Another student said of the piece, “It hit me right in the soul. I felt like we were part of something.”

A photo essay of Hannibal’s visit, below:

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~Zen Campbell


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