"Spring into Gospel!"
A program of gospel, spiritual, African and contemporary songs
Sunday 13 September, 2:30pm to 4:00pm
At St Paul's Anglican Parish Hall, Commissioner Street, Cooma
Tickets available at The Fabric Salon and at the door
Adult $20 - Concession $15 - SMAC Member $10 - Children under 16 GREE
Both the Strange Weather Gospel Choir and Snowy Monaro Arts Council have recently achieved great things:
The Choir, a community choir based in Canberra, last weekend took home both the Best Multicultural Performance in the Australian Choir Challenge and second prize in the Open Sacred Choral section at the National Eisteddfod.
Meanwhile, Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc., a community organisation based in Cooma, was recently able to make a series of donations to other important groups. Following the resounding success of the ANZAC Eve concert in April, the Arts Council was able to donate $500.00 each to the Cooma District Band, the Cooma Harmony Chorus, the Monaro High School Music Department and also to the Cooma-Bombala group of Legacy.
Both successful groups will come together on Sunday 13 September, for a concert at St Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall. “Spring into Gospel”, performed by the choir, will begin at 2:30pm and the concert will be followed by a sumptuous afternoon tea spread provided by Snowy Monaro Arts Council and friends.
Tickets for this performance are available now at The Fabric Salon in Cooma, and will be available at the door.