Gospel Choir Multicultural Celebration Set for Feb. 12

Gospel Choir Multicultural Celebration Set for Feb. 12

02/10/2020 

Musical and dance performances by members of the SUNY Cortland community will highlight the 2020 Gospel Choir Multicultural Celebration, which takes place Wednesday, Feb. 12.

The event begins at 7:15 p.m. in the Old Main Brown Auditorium.

Tickets cost $2 for students and $5 general admission and may be purchased at the door.

Various groups, organizations and individuals will perform at the event to celebrate Black History Month. 

The celebration is sponsored by the Gospel Choir and the Africana Studies Department. The event also is supported by the student activity fee.

The event continues the College’s Black History Month, which is co-sponsored by the President’s Office; Institutional Equity and Inclusion Office; the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs’ Office; the Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies; the Vice President for Student Affairs’ Office; the Multicultural Life and Diversity Office; the Dean of Arts and Sciences’ Office and the Political Science Department

Individuals are welcome to make a donation to the College’s Gospel Choir if they cannot attend the event.

For more information, contact Seth Asumah or Lima Stafford ’12.


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