The London Community Gospel Choir at The Shard

The London Community Gospel Choir were demonstrating their vocal skills at The View at The Shard on Wednesday ahead of the Chorus festival they are taking part in over the May Bank Holiday weekend.

With spectacular views behind them, the LCGC sang their heart out at The View at The Shard to highlight their involvement in the forthcoming Chorus festival at London's Southbank Centre from 4 to 6 May 2013.(Photo: Christian Today/Quentin Vacheron)
The choir was founded by the Reverend Bazil Meade and celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Part of the celebrations include performances at the Chorus festival at the Southbank Centre over the Bank Holiday Weekend. To drum up excitement, they gave a performance at The View at The Shard.(Photo: Christian Today/Quentin Vacheron)
The LCGC will be holding a special concert at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday 5 May during which they will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the number of people in a gospel choir singing together in concert conditions. This photo was taken during a performance at The View at The Shard on 24 April 2013 to highlight their involvement in the forthcoming Chorus festival hosted by the LCGC from 4 to 6 May 2013.(Photo: Christian Today/Quentin Vacheron)
Even building workers stopped to have a listen to the LCGC as they sang at The View at The Shard(Photo: Christian Today/Quentin Vacheron)
At 72-storeys, The Shard in London is the tallest building in Europe(Photo: Christian Today/Quentin Vacheron)

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