August 4, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
1855 Trollope Street
The Juno Award-winning Toronto Mass Choir (TMC) will be embarking on its first Eastern Canadian tour beginning July 31st through August 6th, with a stop at Spatz Theatre in Halifax for a concert with the Nova Scotia Mass Choir on Saturday, August 4, 2018.
Sharing their best hits along with songs from their new CD release “By Special Request”, TMC will showcase a night full of both contemporary and traditional gospel music. Formed in 1988, TMC has performed throughout much of Canada, however, this will be their first foray east of Quebec.
Now in their 30th season and with 12 albums to their credit, the Toronto Mass Choir has been a staple in the Canadian gospel music scene and has performed extensively in Canada and the United States and internationally to Romania, Hungary, Poland, England, Italy and the Caribbean. TMC’s mission is “To create and perform Gospel music that will draw all people into the awesome presence of God”.
Under the musical direction of Owen ‘O’Sound’ Lee, the Nova Scotia Mass Choir (NSMC) is a multicultural, award-winning, community gospel choir based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Formed in 1992, NSMC has released three CDs – He Never Failed Me Yet, Heaven, and most recently, in 2016, Immanuel. The choir has shared the stage with international gospel artists including The Staples Family Singers, Cissy Houston, Almeta Speaks and The Winans.
“TMC: Live in Halifax” will take place on August 4th at Spatz Theatre, 1855 Trollope Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia at 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are now on sale at tickethalifax.com, $25 – $35 (+ taxes & fees).