The Resurrection Oratorio is a large scale musical composition celebrating Jesus,
the risen Savior of the world. Composed by Hollywood film composer
Brett Cameron Perry, it is written for full orchestra, choir and featured
soloists. It explores the clash of divine beings trying to convince humanity
that Christ has indeed risen from the grave. It is to be performed by various
students within Adventist Universities as an evangelistic tool for our faith
and to promote Adventist education. This project will be virtually assembled
as a first of it's kind.
Please explore this crowdfunded project through the two videos below.
Come be a part of this extraordinary opportunity to evangelize to a wide
diversity of people while promoting Adventist education. A donation
of any amount will be sincerely appreciated-Liaison Ministries.
Minister the Love of Christ to From the SDA Denomination to the church and unchrurched alike
Promote the Adventist education by showcasing the amazing talent within our schools
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I support the Resurrection Oratorio Concert vision and project. Collectively,
the Universities will have a much wider impact as the story of the resurrection
of Christ is told.The talent and gifts of these performers will be showcased on
a platform that shares the good news of the saving grace of God.I strongly support
the Resurrection Oratorio project and ask that you would support it as well.
Arnie Nielsen, VP education, NAD
We are pleased to endorse Brett Perry and the Resurrection Oratorio Concert project.
Brett not only has a passion for mentoring young people but also serving the church.
This ambitious musical project will connect young musicians from several Adventist colleges
Brett’s impressive project will share an essential message of hope and wholeness
on a grand scale with a world in need of good news. Because of his talent, passion,
and commitment to sharing the gospel through his God-given musical gift, we fully endorse
the Resurrection Oratorio Concert Project. We ask that you also support this project.
Kimberly Maran & Julio C Munoz, Assoc. Dir. Communications, NAD
I am happy to endorse and fully support Brett Perry and the Oratorio project.
I have know Brett for over 25 years. He is a gifted musician and has a passion
to serve his church. This project is excellent, and I would ask you wholeheartedly
to assist him in any way possible.
Tony Anobile, VP for ministries, SDA Southwestern Union
I am writing in support of the Resurrection Oratorio Project. Brett Perry, composer,
has opened his heart to God and the resulting song of salvation is this oratorio.
Please see the possibilities. This is something to be proud of and it's something
to invite your friends and family to be a part of as well.
Mike Stevenson, pastor, Santa Clarita SDA Church
Composer of Resurrection: An Oratorio. Brett is a 7 time SESAC award winning composer - over 800 episodes of TV scored, (That 70’s Show, Sid the Science Kid, It’s A Miracle). He has scored 13 Feature Films as well as promotional packages for Princess Cruises, Simi Valley SDA Hospital and has penned two #1 Christian radio hits. Brett currently serves as Worship Coordinator for his church in Santa Clarita, CA. There he also partnered with Milt Hinkle to form one of the first Special Needs Sabbath Schools in the Adventist Denomination.
Milt has been a Health Care Executive for more than 35 years. He is currently the Vice President of Radiation Oncology Physician Services for the City of Hope Medical Group. He received a BS in Health Science from Atlantic Union College and a Masters in Business from the University of Phoenix. He has been married to his wife Janice for 46 years and has been a resident of Santa Clarita, CA since 1985. Milt is a member of the Santa Clarita Seventh-day Adventist Church where he served as Head Elder, Church Board Chair, Adult and Youth bible school teacher.
Birkir is VP of Vista Electronics in Los Angeles Ca. Currently providing all of the sets, electronics and staging boards for Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune. Also staging electronics for many large summer tour projects and larger corporate events. Birkir is also honorary board member at his church and has had a long service as head of A/V dept at his church. He has also served in the Family Promise ministries for transitional families in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Greg’s career has spanned over 30 years in photography, film, and video production. His most recent project was completing all post production for over 70 episodes of the video series “AT1" for AToday magazine. Greg graduated from Brooks Institute with a Bachelors Degree in Illustrative Commercial Photography. Clients have included: Leupold optics, NW Honda Dealers, LP Building Solutions, Tillamook Cheese, Stihl USA, and Castelli Cycling Apparel. Greg has also been chief lighting designer at many events for the Oregon Conference and the NAD. Greg has also been board chair at his church and has served the homeless in
Mateo is a business consultant and accountant at CLP Tax & Accounting, helping all levels of organizations be tax-wise, legally compliant, and administratively organized. Along with his team, they manage accounting, payroll, and financial reporting for their clients; reporting to entities from the local to federal level. He has his MBA from Pepperdine’s prestigious Graziadio School of Business. He is an active church member serving in the discipleship ministry, leading a small group, and serving as a Christian Financial Coach.
Naomi began her retirement after 30 years as the Educational Audiologist in Santa Clarita, CA, supporting children with hearing loss in the local public schools by working part-time as the Educational Liaison in the Head and Neck Surgery and Audiology Departments at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine. She has served her church for the past 40 years in various capacities including leader for Children's Division, Pathfinders and VBS, Worship Coordinator and local church Co-coordinator for Family Promise, a homeless families' ministry.
Matt is a long time educator in the fields of animation and multimedia. Currently he an instructional designer at Penn State’s Smell College of Business and Key Code Media. The Pittsburgh Pirates, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Porch Light Entertainment have all used his animation skills. His animation skills in web design have been used by Quicksilver, Uggs and Roxy. He has established training programs with Apple and Avid Learning Centers. Matt is an elder in his church and the chair for technology and media, and lay ministry.