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ACM Gospel Choir

ACM Gospel Choir

MD: Mark De Lisser

Members: 35

Based: Guildford

Style: New Gospel

Status: Stood Down

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Choir Profile

Aged 17 to 27, the choir is made up of ACM music students from a variety of different departments such as drums, guitar, bass and vocals and look more like a rock group than a traditional Gospel Choir. The members aren't all from a gospel background, and some of them don't attend church regularly but have risen to the challenge and have taken on the genre and created what Mark describes as a "new gospel sound".

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