Arts & Entertainment

Lincoln and Cheyney University Choirs to Perform in West Orange

March 4, 2014 at 11:02 AM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - The Lincoln University and Cheyney University Concert Choirs will perform on Saturday, March 29 at 2 p.m. at Bethany Church, 30 Ashwood Terrace, West Orange.  The program will benefit the Bethany Center for Champions, an outreach for local youth. This will be the choirs' final stop in the area before traveling to South Africa in April.

The concert is part of the choirs’ annual tour. Gyasi Blanton, a resident of West Orange and recent graduate of West Orange High School, performs with the Lincoln University Concert Choir.

John Blanton, Gyasi's father, said, "It is our hope that you will support this event. If you have heard the choirs sing, you know firsthand how awesome they are. If you have not, you surely do not want to miss this concert. They truly do Amaze and Inspire! "

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General Admission is $15. Tickets on the day of the concert are $20 for all seating. Plan to arrive early for the best seats.

To reserve tickets in advance, contact John Blanton at 973-324-0578.  




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