Based in Arcata, California, USA, the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir is a community-based interfaith group of adult vocalists who share a love of Black gospel music. The non-profit AIGC consists of about 80 members who regularly perform at local community events such as Martin Kuther King Jr. celebrations, festivals, churches, baseball games, and the county jail. The choir also presents its own concerts each year: a Harvest Concert in the late fall, Holiday Concerts in early December, and a Prayer Breakfast in early May.

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  • Based in Arcata, California, USA, the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir is a community-based interfaith group of adult vocalists who share a love of Black gospel music. The non-profit AIGC consists of about 80 members who regularly perform at local community events such as Martin Kuther King Jr. celebrations, festivals, churches, baseball games, and the county jail. The choir also presents its own concerts each year: a Harvest Concert in the late fall, Holiday Concerts in early December, and a Prayer Breakfast in early May. The choir released CDs in 2005 and 2013. In 2014 the choir produced a DVD called "Rejoicing in Song." This captured a concert recorded live at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts in Eureka, California in May 2013 together with award-winning blues and gospel singer Earl Thomas. Choir members explain what the choir is about in a Kickstarter video. AIGC has performed with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir and hosts gospel singing workshops in the Arcata/Eureka area. Auditions open to any interested singers are held every September and January. (en)
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  • Based in Arcata, California, USA, the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir is a community-based interfaith group of adult vocalists who share a love of Black gospel music. The non-profit AIGC consists of about 80 members who regularly perform at local community events such as Martin Kuther King Jr. celebrations, festivals, churches, baseball games, and the county jail. The choir also presents its own concerts each year: a Harvest Concert in the late fall, Holiday Concerts in early December, and a Prayer Breakfast in early May. (en)
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  • Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir (en)
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