Mpostori Wency lines up live DVD shoot

HARARE - Wencilus “Mpostori Wency” Makungisa — one of the most celebrated products of the Zimpraise Choir — will hold his first live DVD recording at 7 Arts Theatre on February 27.

Mpostori Wency, best known for the hits Musandikanganwe, Weminana and most recently Mvura Yakawanda, will be supported by fellow Zimpraisers Sharon Manyonganise and Ellard Cherayi.

The rising singer’s live DVD recording will also be graced by established performers like Mathias Mhere, Bethen Pasinawako,

Tatenda Mahachi, All for God Choir, Unity Apostolic Church Choir, Pastor Joy Kays and the high-flying Zimpraise Choir.

Mpostori Wency is looking forward to the event to be held at the 7 Arts Theatre which is based in Avondale.

“The song Mvura Yakawanda is a fervent prayer for the nation as we seek the Lord’s hand in our call for restoration.

“The title track to the album became a darling of many among other crowd favourites from the album and the Live DVD recording is going to be a great showcase as we take gospel music lovers into a world of praise and worship.

“Nothing beats the power of song and in the presence of the Lord. We are therefore calling on Zimbabweans from all walks of life to make their way to 7 Arts come February 27,” he told the Daily News.

He added that the live DVD recording lasting five hours will feature some of finest gospel music voices in Zimbabwe.

Event organiser Dione Chivandire said they have put in place an entertainment package for gospel music fans.

“Mpostori Wency is not just another performer. He is blessed with a great voice and a commendable presence and the Live DVD recording is certainly going to be a moment to savour.

“What with the equally gifted supporting acts lined up. We are therefore encouraging everyone to come and have fun in the presence of the Lord.

“The charges are very fair so that we have as many people attending. We are charging $5 for adults and $2 for children,” she said.

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