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Jubilation Gospel Choir

Jubilation Gospel Choir

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When:

  • Sat 1 Oct ’16, 8:00pm – 10:30pm

Where:

Artworks Community Theatre, 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa, Waiheke Island

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Prepaid: $22.00
  • General Door Sales: $25.00
  • Senior / Student / Youth: $15.00
  • Under-12: $0.00

Born in the year 2000, Jubilation is an a cappella gospel choir based in Ponsonby.

A 33-strong vocal supergroup, Jubilation sing gospel, soul, blues and country from the songbooks of Nina Simone, Tom Waits, Curtis Mayfield, Isaac Hayes, Blind Willie Johnson, Don McGlashan and Emmy Lou Harris.

United by no common belief but bound by their love of singing in four-part harmony, the choir’s diverse ensemble currently features long-time bluesman Rick Bryant (Windy City Strugglers), chanteuse extraordinaire Jackie Clarke (The Ladykillers) and musical theatre supernova Jennifer Ward-Lealand, as well as several professional musicians, a psychologist, a builder, a maker of super-yachts, a handful of actors and a lecturer in Russian.

Jubilation has performed to audiences large and small (from ten thousand at WOMAD to an intimate sixty-something at the Old Cheese Factory near Arrowtown), in tents, halls, concert chambers and arts festivals around Aotearoa. Soulful, heartfelt and roof-raising, Jubilation is a big sound, a good time and a soul-stirring thing.

This will be a welcome return to the Island for the group; and Jubilation looks forward to another enthusiastic Waiheke audience.

Doors and cafe open at 7:30 pm for an 8pm start. Show will finish at 10:30 pm.

Tickets may be purchased online.

Booking fees apply (but not for Theatre members and you're most welcome to join before you book!).

See and hear more from Jubilation.

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