RNCM Gospel Choir
Friday 8 March 2024, 7.00pm
RNCM Concert Hall
Experience the soul-stirring sounds of Gospel.
Following on from their roaring success supporting the RNCM Session Orchestra, the RNCM Gospel Choir return to the stage this spring for their very first solo show.
Led by renowned vocalist and RNCM Creative Multi-Specialist Wayne Ellington, they bring to life music by renowned artists like JP Cooper, Aretha Franklin, Mary Mary, Sunday Service Choir and more. Enjoy a powerful music experience filled with vibrant energy and heartfelt melodies that only a night of Gospel music can deliver.
‘The RNCM Gospel Choir has been an invaluable addition to the RNCM and has played a significant role in nurturing musical talent, fostering inclusivity, and enriching the overall RNCM community’ – Wayne Ellington.
We also welcome an incredible line-up of female artists ahead of the main event.
Eden Haya Walters
Embarking on her journey as a singer at a very young age, Eden’s musical influences include renowned figures such as Brandy, Kim Burrell, and other notable artists within the genres of Gospel and R&B.
Gey Teal Girls’ Choir
Gey Teal Girls’ Choir was founded in 2023 by Daniel Lik-Chi Lau and the group is made up of classically trained singers and music enthusiasts from North West England with roots in Hong Kong. They’re committed to commissioning new works and bringing music, culture, and language lovers together through their artistry.
Inspired by artists as diverse as Billie Holiday and D’Angelo, Nyah is gaining a following for mesmerising live performances and original material. Her voice has been described as ‘compelling’, ‘rich’, and ‘evocative’.
Originally from China, Shuhan released her solo EP, I’m Shuhan, in 2022. She is signed to Warner Music and ranked in the Top 4 Voice of China competition.
Wayne Ellington director
RNCM Gospel Choir
7pm/ Eden Haya Walters + Gey Teal Girls’ Choir + Nyah Grace + Shuhan Dong
8pm/ RNCM Gospel Choir
£6 (Under 26s and Students) + £1 Booking Fee
£12 + £1 Booking Fee
This event will include a 20-minute interval and will end at approximately 10pm.