Christmas Carol Service and Concert
Wednesday 7th December 2016 , 19:00
To all our lovely supporters,
On 7th December, HART is hosting a Carol Service followed by a Carols Concert at 7pm in St Cuthbert’s Church (London). We would be very happy if you could join us to get into the festive spirit. There will be a selection of carols and readings during the Service. Minced pies and mulled wine will be served during the interval following which we have organized a concert where artists from all around the world will be performing.
When: Wednesday 7th DECEMBER 2016
Where: St Cuthbert’s Church, Earl’s Court – London SW5 9EB**
Featuring: The Armenian Komitas Choir, the Ugandan Acholi London Choir and the singer Cheng Wang
To book your place please visit Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/carol-service-followed-by-a-concert-tickets-28573522174
A collection will be taken at the end of the service to cover costs and to support our work with oppressed and persecuted people around the world.
We look forward to seeing you there!
**St Cuthbert’s Church is a five minute walk from Earl’s Court Tube Station and a three minute walk from bus routes 74, 328,C1, C3.
About the Choirs…
Ugandan Acholi London Choir
The Acholi London Christian Fellowship Choir was formed to transform the lives of poor, hard to reach, neglected, traumatised children and communities in the UK and in war ravaged communities such as Northern Uganda through active participation and advancement in music. Their aim is to establish grounds for reconciliation and love for one another through music and advocate for the well-being of children and communities in oppressive and neglected environment.
Click here for their website.
Armenian Komitas Choir
The Komitas Choir, named after one of the founders of Armenian classical music, was the first Armenian professional choir in the UK. The Komitas Choir’s repertory includes a wide variety of songs including folk, classical, spiritual, international.
Chen Wang has performed in Britain and Europe. After completing her postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music, she went on to do her third degree in Theology, Music and worship at London School of Theology. She has established herself as a dynamic and versatile musician. Chen has been involved in fund-raising concerts for charities such as disabled children in Bosnia, the earthquake in the south of China, HIV, orphan and widows in Uganda, CARE, CSW, Compassion UK, A Rocha, the Handicapped Children in Israel, homeless people in Romania. She has been involved with fundraising concerts for STOP THE TRAFFICK, A21, Rahab, Mayak, Beginning of Life. She featured on BBC1 ‘Songs of Praise’ in 2014. She was interviewed by Primer Christian Radio in February 2016. She also recently performed in Cadogan Hall and gave a fundraising for local Northwood Living at Home scheme. Her current fundraising concerts are for Chinese Association Cancer Care and refugees in the Middles East. Click here for her website.
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