The One Voice Children’s Choir celebrated their 10th Year Anniversary swimming. It was fun to see choir alumni and share the evening with them. It was a treat to have Dom the Bomb Triple Threat join us as well. We would like to thank Monica for all of her hard working in planning the party. Also it was time to thank Marc for all of his years dedicated to the choir.
Join us in concert at the Sandy Amphitheater on July 18th at 8pm. The gates open at 7pm. Bring your family and enjoy a relaxing summer evening listening to the choir. We would like to thank our guest artists (David Osmond, Jessie Funk, April Meservy, Peter Breinholt and The National Park) for joining up with us that night. To purchase tickets click here.
When the kids discovered that President Uchdorft was in the audience they had a hard time focusing on Masa. President Uchdorft immediately hugged Masa and then spoke with the kids right after their performance. The kids seemed so excited to shake his hand.
Stoker White said “Ever wondered what 4 hours of recording One Voice Children’s Choir looks like? Here it is in under 1 minute. We record smaller groups (our biggest was 30 or so this session) in parts, which makes keeping parts tight much easier.”
Many children from the choir experienced an adventure of a life time. For many it was the first time to fly in an airplane and to spend an entire week in such a big city. Some of the highlights were seeing Broadway Shows, riding the Subway, viewing the Statue of Liberty, walking through Central Park, reflecting at Ground Zero, walking in the rain and singing at Times Square. But those experiences were topped by performing on the historic stage at Radio City Music Hall. Almost all days were spent rehearsing for that amazing moment. They rehearsed in the Rockettes’ practice hall and at a New York pier. They met the other contests and developed great friendships. The night that they stood on the stage they looked so beautiful all dressed in their new wardrobes provided by America’s Got Talent. Sure enough there were many nervous kids and butterflies in their stomachs but they sang so angelically. The audience loved them and were on their feet as they sang. It was such a thrilling moment to see the audience response. After the show a few kids participated in the behind scene parties and events. The kids were in their element of just having fun. We were grateful for the amazing support that we received from our fans. We know that many of you voted for us. We had an amazing experience and we were grateful to be a part of the Quarter Finals on America’s Got Talent Season 9.
Are you ready for this . . . we just found out that we are going through to Radio City Music Hall.
There are many happy children cheering tonight. What an exciting time for these kids. It will be a first for many of the children to fly on an airplane and to be in such a big city. We are working really hard and having a fantastic time.
We feel so happy to be chosen as one of the Top 47 on America’s Got Talent.
Thanks Howard, Heidi, Mel B. and Howie. We can’t wait to see you again!
What an awesome evening with a lot of laughs. Some of the highlights were the oldies singing YMCA and families singing together. Everyone had a great time and it was great to see the kids relaxing and stepping out and singing with their friends.
What a great time for the kids to relax and spend the evening playing games and running around together. The kids loved screaming as they were pulled under the parachute. They played basketball and jumped on the trampoline. Thank you to Amelia and her family for sharing their beautiful home with our large choir family.
We had a lot of fun on Monday ice skating at the Olympic Oval in Kearns. It was fun to see the older kids help the younger kids learn to skate. We also had some pro skaters among us. It was also awesome to see Masa skate while taking photos. Also thanks to Monica and her team and their hard work in providing such a fulfilling day for the choir.
The One Voice Children’s Choir was selected as the winner of the Best in State Children’s Performing Group for the Year 2014. Last night the choir was also presented that Best in State Boss Statue for the entire Arts and Entertainment category. What an honor and we would like to thank our community for presenting us with this amazing award. Prior to the gala the choir sang on the steps for the attendees.