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Harlem Gospel Choir is coming to Ulster Hall in Belfast this October

Harlem Gospel Choir play the Ulster Hall on October 28
Kelly McAllister

THE Harlem Gospel Choir is coming to Belfast in October for a performance at the Ulster Hall.

The group has been one of America's most prominent gospel choirs over the past two decades, travelling all over the world and singing alongside artists such as Bono, Nile Rodgers and Diana Ross, and recording with the likes of Andre Rieu.

They have performed for two popes – John Paul II and Benedict XVI – and US presidents Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter as well as South Africa's former president the late Nelson Mandela.

Their Belfast concert will be comprised of contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues.

:: Harlem Gospel Choir, Ulster Hall, October 28; tickets £31 from ticketmaster.ie, ulsterhall.co.uk, Katy's Bar and Ulster Hall Box Office.

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