4th Annual Let’s Sing Gospel Choir concerts

Let's Sing Gospel who will be performing in Drumreagh Presbyterian Church on 16th January and Portstewart Baptist on 24 January. INBM52-14S

Let's Sing Gospel who will be performing in Drumreagh Presbyterian Church on 16th January and Portstewart Baptist on 24 January. INBM52-14S

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Following sell out concerts, Let’s Sing Gospel choir will perform two concerts.

The new Presbyterian Church at Drumreagh, and Portstewart Baptist Church will host the 4th Annual series of concerts by the Ballymoney based community choir.

Chris Robinson who will sing with Lets Sing Gospel choir. INBM52-14S

Chris Robinson who will sing with Lets Sing Gospel choir. INBM52-14S

If the past three year’s concerts are any guide, the Drumreagh concert on the 16th January and the Portstewart concert on the 24th January will once again provide evenings of exciting, quality praise in music and song.

Since its formation four year ago the choir has grown to 120 voices and this year will be accompanied once again by Barazina Children’s Choir and Singazina, a new Youth Choir formed recently by Denise Rosborough who is well known for her work with Barazina and who will be debuting at the Drumreagh event.

This year’s soloists will be Chris Robinson and Hannah Hamilton. They will be joined by Orlagh McQuillan who will be singing for the first time

The members of ‘Let’s Sing Gospel’ are drawn from across the north coast and will perform a mixture of Black Gospel and modern worship. The charities benefiting from the concerts are CHEERS Youth Centre in Ballymoney, TEAR Fund’s anti-human trafficking project and The Smiles Foundation working in Romania.

Tickets for the concerts are available from RH Gault, Church Street Ballymoney, Faith Mission Bookshop and Causeway School of music in Coleraine.

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Last year’s concerts were sold out and concert goers are advised to get tickets early to avoid disappointment.