This star-studded event, a seamless blending of Traditional South African Gospel, and Contemporary Gospel Music featured VaShawn Mitchell (USA), Ntokozo Mbambo (SA), Takie Ndou (SA), Keneilo (SA), Joe Mettle (Ghana), Yvonne May (Nigeria), Nduduzo Matse (SWZ), Tshepo Price (SA), Sicelo Moya (SA), Lebohang Kgapola (SA), Michael David (SA) and Classical Worship Choir with an all-star South African Rhythm Section and Orchestra at Carnival City, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The power and soul of VaShawn Mitchell blended with the unique South African vocal stylings of Ntokozo Mbambo, made this concert the event of the year.
“Gospel Goes Classical was an amazing experience for me. The opportunity to collaborate with artists from South Africa was the highlight of the recording for me. They taught me a song in ZULU as well. The energy and worship experience in SA is second to none and will be felt through this DVD recording. Looking forward to the release and working with these amazing artist again.”
– VaShawn Mitchell
“ Dlophe is a visionary, what I am experiencing at Carnival City is beyond words.”
– Trevor Mathebula
“Gospel Goes Classical “Africa Worship” is one of the biggest Gospel events in Africa.”
– Sandile Ngobe
“So this Saturday I get to feature VaShawn Mitchell on one of my songs – What a time to be alive – Dreams do come true.”
– Takie Ndou
“Gospel Goes Classical “Africa Worship “ just a taste of what to come. I’m pumped and excited…the sound of heaven.”
– Yvonne May
“I am so excited to be apart of the Gospel Goes Classical “Africa Worship”
– Mthobisi Msomi
This concert’s success is a testimony for what Gospel Goes Classical will do for the future of gospel music.
All roads lead to Gospel Goes Classical & Dallas Symphony Orchestra Benefit “Project Unity” Featuring Pastor Marvin Winans with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Jeri Lynne Johnson, Conductor on Thursday, February 7, 2019, 7:30 PM at The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, TX.
On an ordinary night, an extraordinary event occurred…