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“Rockin’ Jerusalem” is the theme of the annual winter concert being presented by the choirs of Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) on Sunday, December 7, at 4 p.m. in the Kenneth R. Williams Auditorium.
The concert is free and open to the public. An offering will be taken at the event to help support student travel for performances.
The University Choir, University Women, Schola Cantorum and Burke Singers, under the direction of D’Walla Simmons-Burke with Dr. Myron Brown as accompanist, will perform seasonal spirituals, folk songs, gospels and hymns by African and African American composers and arrangers. The First Baptist Church –Highland Avenue’s youth choir, under the direction of JoAnn Brown, will be guest performers. They will be featured in a combined piece of Robert Cohon’s “Christmas Time” with the University Choir.
Featured student soloists are: Emanuel Graham, counter tenor; Ajahnah Lambert, alto; April Whitfield, soprano; Simone Price, soprano; Taylor Mason, soprano; Brijea Colvin, alto; Briana Martin, soprano; LaKrista Williams, soprano; Montavious Gray, baritone; and Byron Cumming, bass. The WSSU Singin’ Divas will also be featured.
For more information, contact D’Walla Simmons-Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-750-2525.
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