TSU alumnus to host groundbreaking summer gospel concert in Houston
Written by admin on July 13, 2021
By KTSU2 News Service
One of Houston’s most dynamic gospel choir directors and Texas Southern University alumnus Darius Clay, along with his musical company, Intergenerational Chorale (IGC) will be hosting a groundbreaking musical Saturday, July 25 at 7p.m. at the Garden of Gethsemane church in Houston at 4715 Griggs Road.
The event, dubbed 80s/90s Summer Concert, will feature nationally noted recording artist Jalisa Faye. Faye is not only a gifted singer, she is a songwriter, vocal producer, and coach who has performed with music icons like James Fortune, Travis Green, and Jonathan Nelson.
Faye’s powerful vocals stir the heart and soul of anyone who has had the opportunity to witness her anointed performances.
The Miami native started Find Your Voice Coaching Services, LLC (FYV Coaching) in 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to help others find and cultivate their vocal skills.
Darius Clay has been a gospel enthusiast all of his life. The Houston native grew up in the church and realized his mission at an early age. He formed Intergenerational Chorale in 2020 to reach a new generation.
This concert is designed to inspire, and lift the spirits of Houstonians who continue to deal with the effects of the pandemic.
“IGC’ s primary goal is to reach souls beyond the four walls of the church by personifying our love for God through music, to individuals of all generations,” a post on the group’s Facebook page said.
General admission is free. VIP tickets are sold out. Follow IGC on Instagram for more information about the concert at @igchouston