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Friday 5th February 2010

London Community Gospel Choir to perform at Six Nations match

BRITAIN's leading gospel choir, the London Community Gospel Choir, will lead the centenary celebrations at the Six Nations rugby match at Twickenham on 6th February. For the first time, the conducting baton will be passed from the choir's founder Rev Bazil Meade to his 25 year old daughter Stephanie Oyerinde (née Meade) who will lead the performance in front of 80,000 people in the stadium and to an estimated television audience of 10 million viewers. CR

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Posted by Hellen Jones in Torquay, Devon @ 18:46 on Feb 7 2010

absolutely fabulous! Stephanie and husband rushed over to Surbiton afterwards with much gusto and energy to teach us a "Sing Gospel" workshop - after her big day - amazing!

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