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Spanish newspaper El País interviewed Nancy Roncesvalles, the director of the Gospel Choir of Madrid since its foundation.
This is the first time that the program is aired on Christmas Day. Around 1,500 people participated in the service.
“The goal is not only to sing, but to tell what God has done in our lives”, says the director of the Choir of the Reformation of Galicia, one of several groups touring in Spanish regions this year.
A young Spanish film director documents the work of six Gospel choirs. The genre has grown far beyond evangelical churches.
The Ensemble Bohórquez recounted the history of salvation through the pieces of classical Protestant composers. The concert took place in Valladolid, a key Spanish city in the times of the Reformation.
The first line went well, but when the surprised sheep passed by, someone at the other side of the table lay in stitches. “Surprised sheep”, my son roared with laughter. He vividly imagined a big flock of sheep that en masse dropped their jaws.
There’s something powerful about music. It goes beyond words and concepts to touch the very depths of us. In spite of its impersonal nature, music has a unique ability to make us feel happy or sad, upbeat or depressed.