Anatolian Protestant Church Welcomes a Chorus from Romania
The Anatolian Protestant Church in Kadikoyhosted a chorus of 35 people from Romania on Sunday (May 5th).
Bucharest Izbânda Choir is performing for more than 20 years in different parts of the world. The chorus is led for 8 years by the professional Chorus Master and Doctor of Philosophy Dr. Dorothea Caraman.
Pastor Eliezer Macesaru came to the Sunday service at the Protestant Church of Anatolia with the chorus and preached about the Apostle Thomas John 20: 29.
The choir gave a concert about 2 hours after the Sunday service.
The choir which previously performed in Spain, England, Austria, Luxembourg and Belgium, has members ranging from 15 to 37 years old and will give a concert in Athens in autumn after Istanbul.