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Christopher Page and the
Dream Keeper's Ensemble

Welcome to the new site for the gospel recording artists Christopher Page and the Dream Keeper's Ensemble. The Dream Keeper's Ensemble is one of the branches of the Dream Keeper's Center for the Arts and Education. The center is an African American cultural center, that was established in 1989 by Christopher H. Page, a Langston Hughes scholar, as his personal advancement of African-American youth. The goal of the Dream Keeper's Center is to give people, especially the economically and culturally disadvantaged, opportunities in the arts. It started with poetry classes for the young; community outreach performances for children; senior citizen drama workshops; and benefit concerts for the needy. Later, Page began to incorporate music, voice, and dance. With these added dimensions, the Dream Keeper's Center began to bring a positive message to a negative world and with God's will they can bring their positive message to you. The Dream Keeper's Center is committed to the educational and spiritual advancement of all people especially the youth. Over the past three years, the Dream Keeper's Center has granted and fufilled several dreams by awarding financial incentives and scholarships to many deserving youth. This program is funded by the many donations and contributions we receive for our performances. For futher information contact:

Dream Keeper's Center
P.O. Box 312
Oxon Hill, MD 20750

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