Why See Soweto Gospel Choir?
Heralded as one of the most exciting groups in World Music in recent years, the two-time Grammy Award-winners return for a US tour.
The Soweto Gospel Choir is well known for their distinctive African gospel sound, brightly coloured dress and vibrant, rhythm-infused performances. Since they formed in 2002, the group has completed several international tours, performed at prestigious concerts and events, and won two Grammy Awards.
They group have performed for an array of prestigious fans, including Oprah Winfrey, Patti Labelle, Sydney Poitier, Bill Clinton and Nelson Mandela, as well as alongside several top performers including John Legend at the 2009 Academy Awards!
Performance date: 29 November 2018
Suitable for audiences of all ages
2008 - Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album
2007 - Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album
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