93rd Annual Christmas Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol Attending the Christmas Carol, I was pleasantly surprised. The music they sang was not traditional, and they put on an amazing production. The concert was on December 8, 2019.
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93rd Annual Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol Concert I personally was amazed by the talent that was displayed at the Christmas Concert. I didn’t expect the variety of genres music from Traditional Negro Spirituals, to Gospel, and
The concert that I chose to attend was the Spelman-Morehouse glee club Christmas Carol. Saturday nights showing was at Spelman College at 7:30pm. There were several instruments used throughout the concert such as the organ,
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93rd Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol The 93rd Annual Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol Concert was an amazing production. This is my first year attending and the diversity of the song selection was absolutely incredible. I enjoyed listening to