Anniversary tour planned for Croydon Gospel Choir

The Croydon Gospel Choir is setting off on a Big City Tour next month to celebrate its 35th anniversary with performances planned for Birmingham, Chester Cathedral and the University of Kent at Canterbury.

Going for some songs: the Croydon Gospel Choir is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a British tour

Going for some songs: the Croydon Gospel Choir is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a British tour

The choir’s London concert will take place at The Emmanuel Centre, in the West End at Marsham Street on June 21.

For more information on the venue locations, click here.

During the tour, the choir will perform their mixture of contemporary, traditional, classical and jazz-flavoured gospel and inspirational music. The concerts will also feature guest appearances from some of the best choirs in the country, including a number of workplace choirs featured in a recent BBC television series.

The choir, directed by award-winning composer and conductor Ken Burton, regularly appears on television, their credits as varied as Songs of Praise and EastEnders.

Ticket prices start from just £10 and they can be bought in advance at http://www.cgcbigcitytour.co.uk/tickets.html.


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1 Response to Anniversary tour planned for Croydon Gospel Choir

  1. Reblogged this on Inside My Head and commented:
    Support for an amazing choir from my home church who produce uplifting music that blesses me over and over again.

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