The 50-member Brockton, Mass.-based chorus will sing in Atlanta for the first time. Doors open at 6 p.m. for the concert at 7.
Members who used to sing together in a pre-eminent choral group at the university convene annually from across the United States and abroad to perform.
Part of its mission is to restore the University of Liberia, since battered by years of bloody civil war, to an accredited institution of higher education. The chorus raises funds to provide assistance to the University of Liberia for scholarships and teaching awards and to establish a Fine Arts Center.
The Atlanta concert is co-hosted by Clark Atlanta and the Liberian Consulate of Georgia. It takes place in the Bishop Cornelius L. Henderson Student Center Multipurpose Room, 223 James P. Brawley Drive S.W.
Tickets range from $10 for students with identification to $100 for special patrons.
“We will raise our voices in song to achieve this end result,” it says on its Facebook page. “Light will again shine through the darkness.”
For more information, contact Larry Calhoun at LCalhoun@cau.edu or 404-880-6040.