The Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir presents their spring concert.
In addition to levitating the roof during Sunday morning celebrations, the choir sings at rallies and protests for LGBTQ, racial, gender, and economic equality, and by special invitation. The organizers of the annual NYC Pride March awarded the Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir 2016 Best Float Performance. The Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir has sung in the Pride March for more than 20 years and has been featured on the The Today Show, at Carnegie Hall, and at New York's Public Theater. Rooted in gospel music, their repertoire includes a wide range of musical genres. Founded in 1986 by the late Jerriese Johnson, an East Village actor and singer, the choir is directed by John Del Cueto. The Middle Church Band is directed by Dionne McClain-Freeney.
Suggested admission is $20.
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