Morris Robinson & Friends:
A Concert for Unity

Duration: 60 minutes
Composer: Various
Librettist: Various
Available: August 2021

Created and lead by Atlanta native and renowned bass Morris Robinson, and featuring noted Black opera singers, Ronnita Miller, Jasmine Habersham, and Joshua Conyers, the Concert for Unity is a special celebration that includes selections from spirituals, gospel, rock, opera, and spoken word by actor Enoch King.

Accompaniment by pianist Damien Sneed. The concert was presented in collaboration with Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company and the City of South Fulton Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs.



Morris Robinson

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Ronnita Miller

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Jasmine Habersham
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Joshua Conyers
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Damien Sneed
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Spoken Word

Enoch King
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About The Big Tent

The Atlanta Opera rolled out an innovative open-air venue to allow for a season of exceptional music and storytelling while prioritizing the health and safety of its audiences, performers and backstage personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Big Tent is a custom-made tent without walls, allowing fresh air to wash through the venue at all times while still providing audiences with protection from the weather. At the time, the venue was designed for a capacity of up to 240 audience members. Mobile and flexible, the new venue will become a part of the immersive experience designed to draw audiences into the performances that could be set up anywhere. For this concert, the tent was set up in the parking lot of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta.

Safety protocols and procedures were developed by a Health & Safety Advisory Task Force of epidemiologists, public health specialists, and doctors assembled to advise the company on its health and safety protocols.