Cathedral Choir Raises Its Voice in Song to Celebrate
46th Anniversary of Elim International Fellowship
Anniversary Concert to be Held Sunday, July 25 at 4p.m.
The Cathedral Choir and Orchestra of Elim International Fellowship will hold a concert as part of the 46th anniversary celebration of the church known as the “Protestants Cathedral of Brooklyn.” The concert will be held Sunday, July 25 in the temple of Elim International Fellowship, 20 Madison Street (at the corner of Classon Avenue). Under the direction of Frank A. Haye, a distinguished musician and choral director, the choir and orchestra will perform an array of gospel, classical, and contemporary praise and worship songs. This free concert also will feature surprise guest artists.
ABOUT FRANK A. HAYE
Haye is an accomplished and inspiring musician, choral director, composer and producer. A vocalist and conductor, Haye also plays multiple instruments, including violin, flute, piano, organ, oboe, clarinet and trumpet. He is the co-founder and director of the new Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir and currently is doing his residency at Elim International Temple as the guest choir director. He served as the assistant director for the Boys Choir of Harlem from 1995 to 1998 and as the Pastor of the Sacred Arts Ministry for Emmanuel Baptist Church from 1998 to 2010. Haye has served as director of several other church based and community choirs. Haye has served as an adjunct faculty member at Brooklyn College and a visiting professor of music at New York University and The University of the West Indies. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, and received a fellowship to pursue a master’s degree in musicology and conducting. Haye served for more than two years as the director of the Brooklyn College Choir, and he also instituted, for the first time, a gospel choir at the school.