International Singing Star Tatiana (Tajci) to Perform at ODU
COLUMBUS, OH - Ohio Dominican University's Center for Dominican Studies is proud to welcome world-renowned singer and songwriter Tajci (pronounced TY-CHEE). She will appear at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 3, 2009 in Christ the King Chapel in Sansbury Hall on ODU's main campus, 1216 Sunbury Road.
The event is free and open to public. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting the Center for Dominican Studies at (614) 251-4722 or by e-mail, email@example.com
Since the spring of 2000, Tatiana (Tajci) Cameron has shared her spiritual programs in more than 650 concerts, building a nationwide following for the artist who as a teenager, was a pop music superstar in Communist Central Europe. Tajci abandoned her fame at age 21 and came to the United States, where she began performing in churches across America.
Tajci's performance is entitled, "I Do Believe," an emotional portrayal of the life of Christ and Tajci's own spiritual journey. In addition to singing, she will perform on keyboards, backed by acclaimed electronic instrumentalist Denny Bouchard.
In collaboration with Los Angeles-based producer Bouchard, Tajci adapted and arranged a wide array of musical styles, traditions and ethnic origins into a mesmerizing musical piece. This performance, executed with tremendous artistry and deep sincere spirituality, features contemporary Christian favorites, Tajci's original songs, Hebrew and Gregorian chants, and classic hymns.
This event is sponsored by ODU's Center for Dominican Studies , established through a generous gift from the Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs. The Center promotes ideals and education and serves as a public voice of the university and community regarding issues of importance to church, culture, and society.