Sweet pastries for sweet singers

Recently, our choir had the opportunity to learn what the American expression “Sweet tooth” is all about!

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The wonderful folks at Dear Diva Desserts in Columbia, Illinois, invited the children to stop by their bakery and choose a scrumptious dessert piled high with fluffy, colorful frostings!

The children had a tough time deciding because everything looked so delicious. And calories – what calories?! These kids work out so hard in their dance routines that dessert doesn’t even have time to settle on their waistlines!

After licking every last bit of sweet goodness from their fingers, the kids thanked their gracious host and filed happily out the door and back to their bus. For kids from Africa, sweets are a big treat, and they were all thoroughly delighted by this sweet spot on their stop!

Thanks again to bakery owner Val for providing a prime example of love to these kids.

To find out where they’re off to next, check out the choir tour schedule here!

“I like America, it’s cool”

“I love you”, “have fun”, and “behave” sound like things my mom would say when dropping me off at a friend’s house. But these words weren’t written by a mom, but rather the 7-12 year olds in the East Coast choir tour group.

2015 Tour

At the beginning of April, a new choir group arrived to start their tour. To welcome them, the children in the East Coast tour group wrote them letters.

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Live: from Big T Productions!

Last December, our Ugandan Kids Choir were invited to come to come to Big T Productions for a recording session.

Warming up in rehearsal before the recording begins. Sound absorption panels help balance out the hard brick wall for the room acoustics.

Warming up in rehearsal before the recording begins. Sound absorption panels help balance out the hard brick wall for the room acoustics.

Once the kids found out they would be going to a recording studio, they were very excited! The night before, they tossed and turned in the beds of their host family homes, wondering what it would be like.

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