The Aberdeen African Choir was formed by Sister Pat Malikebu in January 2006. Since then, the choir has built a reputation for producing melodious music which creates a vibrant atmosphere and directly reflects their African heritage. The choir brings different African styles of worship into the celebration of the Holy Eucharist in order to inspire, enrich and motivate parishioners and the community at large in and around Aberdeen and the United Kingdom. In addition, the choir seeks out ways of raising funds for charity and focuses on evangelization including singing in concerts and events.
The choir is currently working on an album to mark its 10th anniversary of tireless dedication of service to God and humanity and their work to bring more people to the church through their music.
Practice times - Wednesdays and Saturdays 6 - 8pm
Venue - Upper hall, St Mary's Cathedral, Huntly Street Aberdeen.
Contact - Pat 07891714549, Liz 07577771173
You can find many videos of us on YouTube just search for: Aberdeen African Choir
The mission of the African Catholic Choir is to bring a taste of African musical vibrance and energy to the Catholic community in Aberdeen. New members are always welcome and experience/knowledge of singing is not required. Meeting times are Wednesday 6pm-8pm and Saturday 6pm-8pm at the Cathedral Upper Hall.
All enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org.