The Novara Gospel Festival fifteenth edition concerts will take place on 25 and 26 october 2019 at the Coccia Theatre in Novara (Italy).
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The Workshop 2019, started last april, under the guide of the extraordinary british vocal coach Colin Vassell. The final concert will take place saturday 26 october during the second evening of the Novara Gospel Festival.
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Masterclasses and Stages represent moments of depth about various aspects of singing, such as technical, uniqueness of the sound, self-confidence, exploration of creative intuition and much more
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Novara Gospel Festival, organized by Brotherhood Gospel Choir under the artistic direction and organization of Paolo Viana and Sonia Turcato, will celebrate its 15TH EDITION this year. In May 2016 in Padova, the festival received for the third time a Gospel Music Award as THE BEST GOSPEL EVENT IN ITALY, an important recognition and indication of its past commitments evident in the past editions, in which various globally important and renowned contemporary Gospel artists like Kirk Franklin, Richard Smallwood, Donnie McClurkin, Myron Butler, Kurt Carr, Jonathan Nelson, 21:03, J. Moss, Micah Stampley, Israel Houghton & New Breed, Isaac Simpson, Richard hartley, Michael Stuckey, Wayne Ellington, Michelle John, Colin Vassell and Carla Jane.
The festival offers concert performances of very high artistic quality every year, in addition to the precious enjoyable moments of worship coherent with the meaning of the genre that it offers the audience. Gospel actually means "God’s word" , good news. What songs by these great artists, whose lyrics are inspired by prayers, psalms and passages of the Gospel, clearly reflect the intention of spreading a message of peace, contemplation, freedom and hope, through a universal language that knows no limits and boundaries: that of music.