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Harvest Gospel

Harvest Gospel Concert Series

34th Anniversary
Harvest Gospel Concert Series

Since 1986, the Harvest Gospel Concert Series, typically held the week prior to Thanksgiving, brings joy and song to the North and South Forks of Long Island, welcoming in the holiday season. This non-denominational celebration of song connects many community members together sharing the joy of music from the soul. Don't miss the volunteer choir of over 75 perform an eclectic mix of gospel music that should not be missed. Harvest Gospel Concerts attract an audience of all ages from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds, celebrating community through music. Since its inception, this concert series has been directed by noted vocalist and choir director Reverend Maryanne McElroy.


View the 34th Annual Harvest Gospel Event 
Virtually! Below!


Community Concert Series

A non-denominational celebration music!
Reverend Maryanne McElroy, Artistic Director since 1986

 

34th Anniversary Harvest Gospel Concert Series - 2020

Virtual! On this page & East End Arts' Social Media Pages
November 25, 2020 at 8 p.m.

 

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A part of East End Arts' mission is to provide music education to deserving and talented young students. It is through the Frances Ligon Memorial Scholarship Fund that we are able to make this possible. It is in loving memory of Francis and her commitment to music, children, and the Harvest Gospel Choir that we continue this annual effort.

Click HERE to Donate to the Francis Ligon Scholarship >>>

 


For further information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Monique Parsons
at mcutone@eastendarts.org or 631-727-0900

 


 

Thank You to our 2020 Event Sponsors


Photos from our 33rd Annual Harvest Gospel Concert



Photos from 25th Anniversary Harvest Gospel Concert Series

November 2011
Photos by © jonholderer.com

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