Alabama A&M University Choir to Perform at Lincoln Center

The Alabama A&M University Choir will be performing at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City this coming weekend. The performance will be part of the Distinguished Concerts International of New York program.


The event marks that first time that a choir from a historically Black college or university has been invited to participate in the Distinguished Concerts International of New York series.

After the New York City performance, the choir will travel to Boston to appear on Palm Sunday.

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  1. Congratulations and best wishes on achieving this memorable honor. Wishing the choir a rewarding and enjoyable experience. – K. E. Blanding

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