White House Trip

White House Trip

The One Voice Children’s Choir had the wonderful opportunity in December 2015 to perform for the President and the First Lady in the White House!

Let It Go

Let It Go

“Let It Go” cover from Frozen featuring the One Voice Children’s Choir with Alex Boye’ as the Snow King and Lexi Walker as the Snow Princess reached 16 million+ views on YouTube within the first week.

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Choir Let It Go Crop

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Music Arranged and Produced by Masa Fukuda 

One Voice Children’s choir recorded @ One Voice Studio, engineered by Masa Fukuda.
Alex Boye and Lexi Walker recorded @ Soularium Recording Studio, engineered, mixed and mastered by Stoker White



Fashion & Styling by

Mandy McCready & Christian at Koko Blush & Co

Makeup By Tara Starling

Lexi’s Hairstyling By:
Karli Egbert

Video Director: Bryce Johnson
Production assistants: Laura Johnson, Dominick Norris

Utah Jazz Game

Utah Jazz Game


On Saturday, January 25th the choir sang for the Utah Jazz Game against the Washington Wizards. The director of the event said “The One Voice Children’s Choir was the best performance he has seen thus far.” They were amazing and the crowd loved them.

Live Broadcast from B98.7 Station

Live Broadcast from B98.7 Station

FM100 Live Christmas Broadcast

FM100 Live Christmas Broadcast

FM 100.3 Christmas Concert @ the South Towne Mall.  Listen to Broadcast

One Voice Children’s Choir CD 2013 “I Believe”


“I Believe” was released on November 29th, 2013.

“We Are Hope”

November 9th, 2103, 7:00pm @ LDS Conference Center. Watch Commercial

“You Raise Me Up”

Children performed “You Raise Me Up” on KSL in remembrance of Oklahoma tornado victims.

Featured Choir for The Piano Guys

One Voice Children’s Choir is the featured children’s choir for The Piano Guys on PBS Special. They performed together at Abravenal Hall on May 11th, 2013.

2013 State Inauguration

One Voice Children’s Choir & Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed at the 2013 State Inauguration, televised LIVE from the State Capitol on January 7.