WEEK OF RECKONING FOR MUMC
Musical powerhouses Cranborne MUMC Choir enter a defining last seven days ahead of the Harare East District MUMC Music festivals to be staged on home territory on Sunday.
The choir have been hard at work in recent months polishing their act and now are days away from the major showpiece, the first Cranborne is hosting in close to a decade.
Worship Chairperson Mr Nyasha Marange urged the men to give their all in this penultimate week as the choir aims to put up a commanding performance.
The 2018 set piece song, Toenda Kune Musha Wedu, is being sung as the organisation celebrates 100 years in ministry and like last year, the choir will be drapped in the Centenary regalia.
An own choice song will accompany the set piece delivery, an area Cranborne has distinguished itself in recent years.
Cranborne are currently the kings of own choice music at district level and will be hoping to mantain the standard, especially when it comes to nurturing unfamiliar musical compositions.
The former champions go into the festival as the second best choir at this level and with home advantage, utilising it will be paramount.
This year’s festivals, ironically, will be held on a Sunday, away from the usual Saturday.
Practice sessions are happening weekdays from 6pm and every MUMC member is encourgaed to attend.