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UHAS Choir Holds Inaugural Concert [VIDEO]

By: KALD|Voltaonlinegh.com|

The University Health and Allied Sciences has formally outdoored the University Choir with a colourful inaugural concert Sunday night.

The choir which is made up of staff and students begun last year June with a mission to harness the potential of members of the university to promote choral music and project UHAS identity.

Patrons at concert held at the UHAS Trafalgar campus auditorium, were treated to various renditions of choral songs which kept many on their dancing feet.

Among the patrons were an array of personalities including the Vice Chancellor and his wife, Profs. John and Magaret Gyapong, deans, directors and other staff members and students of the Uhas community as well as members of the public.

Mr. Kenneth Wonder Tsinyo, the Choir director told West FM news that the over 70-member choir was poised to project the university in its immediate communities through music.

He noted that, the Choir, within the few months of its existence has performed at various functions of the university and also at the maiden Carols Service of Volta Serene Hotel, where they rock shoulders with the popular Harmonious Chorale in December.

The Presiding bishop of the Methodist Church in Ho, Very Rev. Phillip Tsatsu Nyorgbordzi commissioned the choir and its leaders with a call on them to be worthy ambassadors of Christ and UHAS.

Prof. John Gyapong, UHAS VC in a brief remark pledged the support of the university management to the activities of choir but charged them to find innovative means of being a self-sustaining entity that will complement the core function of the university.

Source: www.voltaonlinegh.com


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