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Arts & Culture Last Updated: Jun 23, 2017 - 12:52:16 AM


Bahamas National Youth Choir’s Encore Performance
By Dionne Benjamin
Jun 23, 2017 - 12:50:19 AM

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The Bahamas National Youth Choir (BNYC) is preparing for its yearly international tour and will host a one-night-only repeat performance of its 27th Annual concert season on June 24th 2017. A Silent Auction takes place before the concert at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall of St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, Lyford Cay.

This concert is not to be missed and the public is encouraged to come out and support our youth who are dedicating their lives and talents to inspire positivity among our young people as they proudly represent The Bahamas and its culture in the international arena each and every year. This event is guaranteed to entertain, captivate and thrill the hearts of music lovers and theatrical enthusiasts.

The repertoire includes performances from popular Broadway musicals like The Wiz and the award nominated theatre classic, Porgy & Bess. Patrons will also be mesmerized by classical & spiritual arrangements from a variety of composers, which include favorites like Dan Forrest, the late Jack Halloran and the Grammy Award winning composer René Clausen. This highly anticipated concert, also features an array of popular Bahamian folk songs, African musical arrangements and much more.

Tickets are $35. Please call 393-3728 to reserve tickets.

CLICK HERE to visit the Choir’s Facebook page.

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