The Ambassadors of Christ to launch album

The Ambassadors of Christ choir is organizing to launch a new album (Imirindi Y’Uwiteka) which will be put on the market later this month.

The Ambassadors of Christ choir is organizing to launch a new album (Imirindi Y’Uwiteka) which will be put on the market later this month.

Reuben Muvunyi, choir leader has said that they have lots of recorded entertainment pieces for their fans on CDs, DVDs, VCDs and audio tapes that have got inspiring messages.

“The messages in our music are healing ones, we have seen people get touched with our music, we believe our fans will like this new album,” Muvunyi said.

One of the best choirs in the country sings in three languages including Kinyarwanda, Luganda and English.

It is from fertile mixture of languages that have made the long serving choir members tremendously develop their talents.

The Ambassadors of Christ choir has also wonderfully performed outside Rwanda starting with the neighboring countries; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Burundi among other African countries.

The ambassadors of Christ choir is one long serving choir that started with an aim of assisting healing the injuries of the Rwandans after 1994 Genocide.

The choir was founded in Remera Adventist church near Kisementi and has earned professional career since they started with an experience of all four music voices.

It has also assisted other choirs in instruments and vocal training to sing skillfully with harmony and whispers in quiet ballads.

These wonderful musicians have developed a lot in four sweet voices of soprano, alto, tenor and base.

The choir has also been good cultural ambassadors for Rwanda, performing the traditional gospel songs, dancing, and drumming, and most importantly, messages of peace, hope, and reconciliation.

 Ends

 

Have Your SayLeave a comment