The Cayman Male Voice Choir held a Good Friday concert at the Elmslie Memorial Church in George Town.

During the performance, the singers covered a wide array of music, including a rendition of “The Old Rugged Cross” by McDorn Frederick, with his son McCleary Frederick on harmonica. Another duet was carried out by Kenneth Melville and Colson Daniels, who sang “Balm in Gilead.”

Soloist Wardley Conolly, accompanied by the choir, sang “I believe in a hill called Mount Calvary,” while Rudy Myles delivered a rendition of “Open the Gates.”

Among the more unusual performances of the evening was one by Kenneth Melville, who delivered a musical selection on a saw, organizers said.

Aidan Conolly sang an impressive solo rendition of “Your Great Name,” while Colson Daniels delivered a warming solo of “His Blood sets me Free.” Crosby Walton’s solo “In the Garden” brought tears to the eyes of some in the audience.

Also on the concert’s program was a duet performed on the organ and piano.

The congregation joined in the hymns “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” and “Beneath the Cross of Jesus.”

The choir was directed by Nick Godfrey.

Radio Cayman broadcast the concert live.

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