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The Joy of Singing with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble

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 (Courtesy oigc.org)

Founded in 1986, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble has toured around the world and performed before audiences that have included Nelson Mandela and Mikhail Gorbachev. They’ve even appeared on Grammy Award-winning albums by MC Hammer and Linda Ronstadt. We’ll talk with members of the choir about their distinctive take on gospel music, and we’ll hear them perform live.

Guests:

Terrance Kelly, artistic director of the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble

Nicolia Bagby, singer in the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble

Daniel Strauss, singer in the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble

Liz Colt, singer in the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Ensemble

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