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By Khetsiwe Khumalo | 2022-06-26

FEMALE choristers across the country will be afforded the opportunity to audition to join a new mass choir called The Lillies.

Hala Group Entertainment together with Zazikhona Music are in search of 20 young women who love to sing.

This was announced by Project Manager Larry Mhlanga yesterday.

Mhlanga said the new mass choir would be launched in July. He said auditions would be held in selected venues in all regions.

Mhlanga said they were looking for singers between the ages of 18 to 35.
“The mass choir composed of the 20 young females will be inspired by love, admiration, compassion, femininity and will compliment with their brand colour which is pink. The Lillies will take music lovers through a gospel musical journey through sharing music,” said Mhlanga.

He said the purpose of forming the choir was to encourage young girls who were gifted in singing to explore their potential the industry.


He said this would hopefully have a positive impact on them and make them realise their potential at a young age, to use it for future income generation.
He added that the girls would be kept busy through music lessons.

“The choir has been created to celebrate and empower young women in the music industry.
 We want them to be able to learn how to make an income and fend for their families through making music. This will also help reduce dependency syndrome,” said Mhlanga. He further said, as industry gatekeepers, there was a need to promote team spirit and oneness among women, to support each other as they grow in the industry.

“In that way they will be promoting good character and integrity among women as they climb up the ladder in the industry,” he added.

Mhlanga said auditions would start at 8am and pleaded with aspiring candidates to prepare a one minute acappela song without any backtrack or instruments.

“Females from different denominations or singers are afforded this great opportunity. In the meantime choristers can contact 7820 6155 or 7822 3097,” advised Mhlanga.

He further invited companies, Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and individuals willing to partner with them in realising the Lillies dream to contact them on the above mentioned numbers.   “This project will go a long way in creating an opportunity for young girls and women to express themselves musically and spiritually, surely the journey will be exciting as we have good plans for the talent we will find,” he said.

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