Joyful Noise Gospel Concert

Joyful Noise Gospel Choir

The Multicultural Arts Center presents Joyful Noise Gospel Concert featuring the Harlem Gospel Choir, honoring the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 7:30PM at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre.

Returning to Sanders Theatre, for their eighth consecutive year, the internationally acclaimed Harlem Gospel Choir will share their message of peace, hope and love. Proudly serving as ambassadors for African American culture, The Harlem Gospel Choir brings their joyous foot-stomping, hand-clapping , mood-soaring  voice and song to Sanders Theatre to celebrate the living memory of Rev. Dr. King. Do not miss this gospel concert which packs the house and brings audiences to their feet!

Founded by Allen Bailey in 1986, who conceived the idea for the choir while attending a celebration in honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Harlem Gospel Choir has performed for Nelson Mandela and Pope John Paul ll, and has performed alongside the likes of U2, Lyle Lovett, The Chieftans and Diana Ross.

| $15.00 Multicultural Arts Center and Outings & Innings Members | $10.00 Seniors (65+), Students (w/ valid ID) To purchase tickets visit or call Harvard Box Office at 617-496-2222.

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The event takes place at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre: 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA (Harvard Square)

Handicap accessible
Parking: Limited parking available at Broadway Garage. Public transportation strongly recommended: Red Line to Harvard

Joyful Noise Gospel Concert
Event Category: Live Music
When: January 18, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Where: Sanders Theatre
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