The African-American Spiritual

Hidden No More!

The African-American Spiritual, formerly known as the Negro Spiritual, belongs to all Americans, ages 4 to 94. It is the music that led to blues, gospel, and American-popular music. It leads to conversations about race, history, identity, and ethics. But most importantly, it is music that speaks to people today. It is Arch Angel's mission to make the African-American Spiritual known to all Americans through performances, residencies, from public schools to Universities. 

Arch Angel Productions is a not for profit company based in New Jersey that started in 2019.

To help support the future programming of Arch Angel Productions  make donations here:

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Arch Angel Productions

962 Windsor Road

Teaneck, New Jersey 07666

Concert Hall

In School Assemblies

Return here to find URL for Arch Angel Production Website

Currently Under Construction


Arch Angel Productions Concert Series will begin May 16, 2020

at St. Phillips Church in Harlem

Board of Directors

Dr. Claudia Moore-Hamilton, Educator, retired NYC vice principal

Dr. Winifred Venida Agard, MD

Roy Jennings, Founder and Artistic Director

Eva Marie Jennings, Educator 

Cheryl Lovinksy, Expertise in Fundraising and Marketing


Committee of Advisors

Linda Twine, Musical Director for Color Purple,  Jelly's last jam, composer for Changed My Name

Lauren Barbagallo, Expertise in Fundraising and Marketing

Karen D. Taylor, founder and executive director of not-for-profit"While We are Here"


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