The Trey Clegg Singers, along with members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will perform their Inaugural Christmas Concert on December 11 at 6:00 PM in the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel on the campus of Morehouse College (where Bishop Robert Wright's Ordination was held).
The group's concert, "Christmas With The Trey Clegg Singers: Festival Sounds of the Season," features an unprecedentedly wide array of musical genres, ranging from English Cathedral Choral Works of Handel and Stanford; to A Capella works of Ola Gjeilo and Franz Biebl; to foreign language Motets sung in Chinese, Spanish and Yoruba; to Symphonic Christmas Carol Works of Mack Wilberg and Robert Russell Bennett; to African American Spirituals by Rosephanye Powell and Moses Hogan; to Modern Jazz by Joseph Joubert; to R&B by Mervyn Warren; and gut-busting Contemporary Black Gospel by Kirk Franklin.
With so much division in America today, The Trey Clegg Singers possess a passion for making a difference to bring people together through music in an effort to understand our commonality as children of God.
Tickets for "Christmas With The Trey Clegg Singers: Festival Sounds of the Season" can be purchased at www.freshtix.com/events/tcs-christmasconcert
The Trey Clegg Singers, Inc. is a new, multicultural Choral Ensemble based in Atlanta that represents the city's true international population. The group is an auditioned, semi-professional chorus with the highest level of choral discipline and standards.
The Trey Clegg Singers is a non-profit organization with a mission of spreading peace, hope, and love locally, nationally, and internationally through the expression of multicultural choral music, sacred and secular, from a global perspective.
The talented singers represent a broad spectrum of backgrounds in membership, hailing from various parish choirs throughout the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, college choirs, community choruses, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and the Atlanta Opera Chorus.
In March of this year,Trey Clegg followed his life-long dream to begin a multicultural chorus open to all gifted and versatile choral musicians who share the desire to lean and perform a wide array of musical genres. For Trey, the beginning of this dream was realized when he conducted the 300-voice Diocesan Choir for the Ordination of Bishop Robert Wright at Morehouse College.