Ndlovu Youth Choir at Emperors Palace
Written by Classic 1027 on 27th Oct 2020
30th Oct 2020
The vibrant Ndlovu Youth Choir captured the hearts and minds of all South Africans and the world as they reached the final of America’s Got Talent last year with their soul-stirring performances.
Now Johannesburg audiences have the chance to enjoy Africa’s pride and joy, live and in concert, as Ndlovu Youth Choir stage We Will Rise at Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace from Friday 30th October – Sunday 1st November for 4 shows only.
Audiences will be in for a treat as they are taken on a scintillating 2-hour journey of hit after hit that the choir have become famous for; from AGT favourites including Higher Love and Africa to their instantly recognisable takes on Circle of Life, Jolene and African Dream along with their original compositions Believe and We Will Rise.
Other crowd favourites will be there including The Greatest Showman and their unique spin on Jerusalema, the global hit by fellow artist from Limpopo, Master KG.
This 30-strong choir, ranging in age from 14 – 24, from the beautiful Moutse Valley in rural Limpopo, will soon have the audience top-tapping along or up on their feet dancing asking for more, in response to their infectious energy and mesmerising choreography!
We Will Rise will be staged at Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace, from Friday 30th October – Sunday 1st November for 4 shows only!
Friday 30 October at 20h00; Saturday 31 October at 15h00 & 20h00;
Sunday 1 November at 15h00
R300 for Adults and R100 for Pensioners and Children under 18, making it an ideal concert for the whole family to enjoy.
Tickets to be booked online through Quicket
Tickets are strictly limited to just 250 per performance as mandated by social distancing guidelines, so book now to avoid disappointment.
Covid-19 protocols will be in place to ensure the safety of all patrons, performers and those working behind the scenes.
Doors open 1 hour before each performance, and patrons are encouraged to arrive early for this reason.
There is no Age Restriction but the theatre has a “No Under 3’s” policy for the comfort of all patrons.
The duration of the concert is 2 hours including interval.