Howard University Gospel Choir Returns Home for Live Recording

Howard University Gospel Choir Returns Home for Live Recording

The renowned collegiate choir will be recording their new project Glorious God on Oct. 4.  This live recording experience will take place on Howard’s campus at the Cramton Auditorium at 6:30 p.m.

The project will be produced under the advisory of Grammy and Stellar Award Winner Kevin Bond.  In addition, the special recording will feature artists such as former Howard Gospel Choir director and BET “Sunday Best” finalist Clifton Ross III, gospel recording artist and Morgan State alumna Brittney Wright, “Sunday Best” finalist and current Howard student Ayodele Owolabi, Morehouse alum and “Sunday Best” season seven winner Geoffrey Golden and many more special guests.

This recording is open to the public and is free, although you do have to pick up tickets from the Cramton Auditorium or by e-mailing: tickets@howardgospelchoir.com.

Producers for this project include current directors of the Howard Gospel Choir and alumni of Howard University, Reginald Golden and Darrell Brown, alongside Kevin Golden.

The Howard Gospel Choir (HGC) was formed over 40 years ago in 1968 by a body of students, alumni and community members “dedicated to using the gift of music to spread the good news of Jesus Christ,” according to its website.

This choir has produced very notable artists over the years including Grammy Award winners Richard Smallwood and Coré Cotton (member of Sounds of Blackness); Elbernita “Twinkie” Clark, of the Clark Sisters and the R&B star Ángela Winbush.

The choir is not just known locally, having traveled all over the world with trips to the Republic of Georgia, Slovakia, Croatia, Italy, Denmark, Sweden and Ukraine.

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