Gospel concert to raise cash for students
CedarBridge Academy and the Berkeley Institute will hold a gospel concert to raise money for a university tour in Britain.
The Gospel Extravaganza, held at the Berkeley cafetorium, will showcase performances by The Bermuda Institute Steel Pan Band, The Berkeley Institute Choir Members, students of CedarBridge Academy, Anointed Steps Dance Ministry School, and Bermuda Teen Idol 2018 winner Dakota Tucker, among others.
The proceeds will help send 35 high school students to tour postsecondary schools in the Birmingham and London areas in March.
A spokeswoman for CedarBridge said: “One of the significant events this year is that students will attend the UCAS Exhibition.
“This exhibition is one of the largest events in the UK that hosts hundreds of university representatives and professionals, and allows students to receive application advice, attend seminars, and discuss their plans directly with college reps and current students.”
The Gospel Extravaganza will take place on February 2 at 7.30pm.
General admission tickets for the Gospel Extravaganza are $25 and Patron tickets are $50 each.
Tickets can be purchased from students who are travelling on the tour or by contacting Berkeley Institute at 294-0353 or CedarBridge Academy at 287-1572.
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