The Strange Weather Gospel Choir is a non-religious community choir in Canberra consisting of over 60 singers whose passion and love for music are sure to inspire and move audiences. The Choir’s unique sound and exuberance have seen it grow to become a very popular Choir in this region.
The Strange Weather Gospel Choir has announced its “Coming of Age” concert at Llewellyn Hall, Canberra School of Music on Saturday 21st November 2009.
Celebrating 14 years since its establishment which encompasses more than thirty major concerts and performances, the concert will mark a new cycle in the choir’s growth. The Choir’s passion and love for music, its unique sound and exuberance have inspired and moved audiences since it’s formation in 1995.
For their forthcoming ‘Coming of Age’ Concert, the choir will perform songs from the African American tradition through to contemporary gospel arrangements and they will be accompanied by the energetic and colourful African drumming troupe – Tanamasi. The special guest performers for the evening are the exceptionally talented John Mackey Saxessions.
“It will be the biggest concert that the Strange Weather Gospel Choir has ever staged for which the program has been specially chosen to appeal to lovers of great music” said Liz Keirs, Convenor of the Choir’s Administrative Committee.
“Audiences of all ages will be enthralled with the repertoire of ‘hits and memories’, as well as our talented guest performers,” Liz concluded.
With interim Musical Conductor Sonia Anfiloff at the helm, the ‘Coming of Age’ Concert will showcase how Strange Weather Gospel Choir has become one of the region’s premier choirs.
Concert bookings can be made through Ticketek 132 849 or online at www.ticketek.com. Generous group bookings and concessions are both available.