Voices-n-Harmony concert to benefit past conductor

Voices-n-Harmony concert to benefit past conductor

The Voices-n-Harmony Gospel Choir sang a concert for Martin Luther King Day this year.  Photo by Jodi Beyeler/PR Office.

The Voices-n-Harmony Gospel Choir sang a concert for Martin Luther King Day this year. Photo by Jodi Beyeler/PR Office.

Daniel Martin
Contributing Writer

On Friday, Voices-n-Harmony, Goshen College’s gospel choir, will present a benefit concert, the debut of their new director, Ron Bishop.

The performance will be in Sauder Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m on Friday.

A portion of the benefit proceeds will go to the Patrice Penny-Henderson Medical Fund. Penny-Henderson, the former director of Voices-n-Harmony, is currently experiencing medical troubles that have prevented her from leading the choir.

Voices-n-Harmony is not only made up of Goshen students, but also faculty, staff and community members who sing to pronounce their love for God. Bishop, the new director, is an ordained minister and member at Faith Apostolic Praise and Worship Center in South Bend. He has lead many choirs and has been featured on a number of musical recordings.

The choir will be accompanied by the Judah First Chorale and a full band. The Judah First Chorale is a diverse group of 13 singers that has been performing since 1995.

Tickets for the concert on Friday will be sold at the Music Center one hour before the event. Goshen College students are free with valid ID. Other tickets cost $7 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.

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