Denis Hurley Centre Christmas Fundraising Concert
The Denis Hurley Centre is hosting a glorious afternoon fundraising concert at St Joseph’s Cathedral, Mariannhill on Sunday 26 November at 3pm featuring the Durban Symphonic Choir and soloists, to herald the advent season and to get into the Christmas spirit.
The concert features the magnificent voices of the Durban Symphonic Choir – one of the oldest amateur choirs in South Africa (founded in 1966) who specialise in major classic choral works under the direction of Ros Conrad. For this concert they will be working with longtime collaborator, conductor / organist Christopher Cockburn. Soloists for the afternoon include Nozuko Teto who has enjoyed a highly successful career singing in international opera theatres and has now returned to her homeland to wow local audiences with her sensational soprano voice. She has used her talents before to entertain homeless people at the Denis Hurley Centre. Joining her will be tenor soloist and Catholic priest, Father Sibonelo Mbanjwa who is a member of the religious order ‘The Oblates of Mary Immaculate’ of which Archbishop Hurley was also a member.
Thanks to the generosity of Bishop Neil Frank and all the performers, every Rand from ticket sales will go directly towards helping the homeless.
“We would love to welcome as many of our friends, supporters, volunteers and staff to what promises to be a wonderful concert,” enthused Dr Raymond Perrier, spokesperson for the Denis Hurley Centre.
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Refreshments and Christmas goods will be on sale before the concert and in the interval.