Category: Events

  • Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr’s documentary ‘GOSPEL’ 

    February 23, 2024: Members of The Choral Majority participated in PBS NH’s screening and live music event for Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr’s documentary ‘GOSPEL’ at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.

  • North Andover Celebrates African American History’s Evening of Gospel

    February 2, 2024: Along with other gospel choirs, The Choral Majority participated in ‘North Andover Celebrates African American History’s Evening of Gospel’ at North Parish Church, North Andover, MA.

    The energy during and after the event was palpable as people clapped and sang along. It was truly a great way to celebrate together!

  • Music of Christmas

    December 16 & 17, 2023: Members of The Choral Majority and TCM Horns joined with West Church Haverhill in their annual concert, “The Music of Christmas”.

  • Thanksgiving Praise Celebration

    November 18, 2023 A beautiful evening of fellowship, music, celebration and praise was held at West Congregational Church in Haverhill. Thank you to all who came out and supported our “United in America” music project. Without your love and support, events like this would not be successful and new music like United in America could not be shared.

  • Women of Courage and Conviction Awards Luncheon, 2023

    October 21, 2023 The Choral Majority Gospel Choir had the pleasure of being the musical guests at the 28th Women of Courage and Conviction Awards Luncheon by the Greater Boston Section of the National Council of Negro Women.  The mixture of gospel soul music had the audience swaying along and clapping with us; some wanting to join us, including our M.C. for the evening, Paris Alston.

    The venue, Venezia in Boston, on the water’s edge, had us feeling like we were on a cruise, listening to great music, enjoying great food and honoring great women. The event celebrated six women in the community, from lawyers, doctors, business owners and non-profits. In attendance was also Boston City council member Ruthvee Louijeune and Massachusetts State Senator Liz Moranda who also spoke and gave citations to each of the awardees.

    The Choral Majority opened with the Negro National Anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” We also did a medley of TCM favorite tunes, and our newest piece, United in America. We had much interest from many in the audience, with promises of future events for The Choral Majority Gospel Choir.

  • Salisbury Beach, 2023

    August 23, 2023: What a beautiful night of worship and fellowship at the beach. Check out the photo gallery to see more images. Thank you to all who shared your photos for us to feature!

  • TCM returns to Salisbury Beach!

    The Choral Majority is back at Salisbury Beach Oceanfront Stage this Wednesday, August 23rd!
    West Church Praise Team Band & Horns (many of the same musicians) start the evening off with a great set at 6:45pm.
    The Choral Majority Gospel Choir, Band & Horns will close the night starting around 7:45pm, ending by 9:00pm.

    Last year all the bench seating was filled and the road barriers needed to be pushed back a few times. So, bring your comfortable portable chair and be ready to get up and dance to the live music! (In case of rain we’re at SurfSide next door.)
    Parking options are nearby. You’ll need to know your license plate when paying at the kiosk to park in the public lot. Broadway Parking next to Willy’s Ice Cream, 4 Broadway has $5 flat-rate parking if you come to the show and parking is free for church vans/buses.
    Come celebrate + Let freedom ring + Lift up your voice with us and sing!

  • Juneteenth, 2023

    June 19, 2023: We joined the town of Andover to celebrate Juneteenth.  The celebration’s theme was “Black Resilience, Strength, and Achievement.”  You can read more about the celebration at The Eagle Tribune.

  • Black History Month, 2023

    February 2, 2023:  The Choral Majority Gospel Choir was invited to participate in North Andover’s Black History Month kick-off event.  The Eagle Tribune posted an article with a few pictures.  Stories of African Americans with local ties who were featured on the banners hung in town were shared, an interpretation of Martin Luther King’s I have a Dream speech, and TCM ‘s music are some highlights from the event.