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African American Choral Ensemble Spring Concert

African American Choral Ensemble
Hodgson Concert Hall UGA Performing Arts Center
Free Events
Connection Series
Choirs
AFRICAN AMERICAN CHORAL ENSEMBLE SPRING CONCERT

Our spring concert gives us an opportunity to highlight some of our graduating students and continue to lift up the messages in the music. This concert we are inviting alumni of AACE to join us in celebrating UGA Associate Professor of Music Gregory S. Broughton’s thirty-five years  as Director of the African American Choral Ensemble.

 

ABOUT THE AFRICAN AMERICAN CHORAL ENSEMBLE

From its rich beginnings in the early 70’s as the Pamoja Singers, the University of Georgia African American Choral Ensemble (AACE) has endeavored to keep concert halls and churches filled with the powerful sounds and wealth of indigenous musical treasures birthed from the African American experience. Since its inception at UGA, AACE has been a beacon tower of fellowship and friendship for the university community. Herein, people of many cultures come to share and learn the messages of hope, love, and liberation that have sustained a people and this nation. African American Choral Ensemble concerts are free. No tickets are required.

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