Power Up 2017 Registration Now Open!

Oswald BurkeNews

Juno and Covenant-Award winning Toronto Mass Choir announces the launch a new website for the The 13th Annual PowerUp Gospel Music Workshop taking place at York University over the weekend of February 23-26, 2017.

TORONTO (November 20, 2016) – PowerUp Gospel Music Workshop, which provides musicianship and clinics for its participants, announced today the launch of its new website. This newly designed website offers quick and easy access to essential information and features that offer a comprehensive look at all of the workshops and panels available this year. The website also includes a registration page, full schedule and new event app, Whova.

The Juno Award-winning Toronto Mass Choir (TMC) started the PowerUp Gospel Music Workshop in 2004 and it has grown over the past 13 years to involve noted clinicians such as James Linderman, Ali Matthews, and Richard Brown. New this year is PowerUp Plus, an in-depth offering on Thursday night takes provides concentrated teaching in areas like conducting, vocals and keyboard. The new website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and enhanced rich content focused on providing participants with everything they need to navigate the weekend’s events, including tickets to the finale concert. The new website goes live today, November 18th, 2016 and is located at http://powerupgospel.ca/.

The PowerUp Gospel Music Workshop website will be updated with photos and updates from past year events. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and sign up for the Toronto Mass Choir newsletter at http://powerupgospel.ca/.

In their 28th season, the Toronto Mass Choir is a staple in the Canadian gospel music scene and has performed extensively in Canada and the United States and internationally to Romania, Hungary, Poland, England, Italy and the Caribbean. The Toronto Mass Choir’s mission is “To create and perform Gospel music that will draw all people into the awesome presence of God”.

The PowerUp Gospel Music Workshop will take place on February 23 – 25 at York University, with the finale concert taking place on February 26 at Global Kingdom Ministries.