The Dillard University Choir will travel to Washington D.C. to sing on Dec. 7th at the White House. The choir will sing in the East Wing for guests touring the White House and its holiday decorations.

Directed by S. Carver Davenport, the choir will perform traditional selections such as “Hallelujah Chorus” and “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” as well as contemporary songs such as “You Raise Me Up,” by Josh Groban and Kurt Carr’s “For Every Mountain.”

Courtesy of the Associated Press

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Jerome D. Bailey Jr. is a 20-year-old senior mass communications major and marketing minor with a concentration in public relations at Dillard University located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bailey currently serves on the Student Government Association as Mister Dillard University 2012-2013. In addition to his writing contributions for HBCUBuzz, Bailey is a writer for Dillard University’s newspaper, Courtbouillon and the associate editor for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated’s official magazine, The Sphinx. He previously served as the Vice President of Collegiate 100 Black Men of Dillard University and currently serves as a host and the marketing director of Dillard’s in-house radio station, WDUB. He is also a member and the PR representative of intercultural exchange program, The Melton Foundation. With a passion for all things mass media, Bailey enjoys film making and editing. Stay tuned to his YouTube channel, JeromeBaileyTV, for upcoming documentaries and commercials.