Fiji Daily Post
With just a few hours left for their Concert tonight the Soweto Gospel Choir are ready to treat the people of Fiji with a show of a life time with songs, dances and colour.
The Soweto Gospel Choir arrived into the country last night for the Fiji leg of their African Spirit Tour which includes the United Kingdom, Australia and Lebanon.
Comprising of young musicians, ranging from 16 to 40 years of age, Soweto Gospel Choir was created by Australian producers Andrew Kay, David Vigo and Clifford Hocking who engaged South Africa Executive Producer Beverley and notable musical director of the choir David Mulovhedzi.
The group will now perform at the Vodafone Arena for the Suva concert due to the weather conditions. The Lautoka concert will be at Churchill Park before they head to Melbourne to continue their Australian shows.
With a line up of extremely talented performers, Fiji audience will be treated to the show of a lifetime with songs and dances that are full of energy, rythym and colour.
Complete audiences satisfaction is guaranteed.
The Choir also raised funds for its Charities Nkosi’s Haven and Nkosi’s Haven Mukani.
They have raised over $1.3 million since their foundation inception. These funds have helped numerous struggling aids orphan organisations who are in constant desperate need for just the basic necessities of life.
Soweto Gospel Choir’s major success both overseas and in South Africa include winning two consecutive Grammy Awards in 2007 and 2008 for “The World’s Best Traditional Music.”