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“It’s difficult to say who is having more fun—the choir or the audience.” —The Scotsman
Performed entirely by children, this inspirational show blends joyful song and dance from across the African continent. Like millions of their peers, these children were orphaned by war or AIDS. With traditional instruments, incredible costumes, geographic video projections, over 10 African languages, and boundless enthusiasm, these young ambassadors show the world that Africa’s most needy and vulnerable children (and indeed, all children) have beauty, dignity, and unlimited ability.
Presented in association with the Office of the Associate Provost for Multicultural Affairs through the UVM President’s Initiative for Diversity
This performance will be audio-described.
Funded in part by the Flynn General Endowment
. The General Endowment received challenge grants from the Ford Foundation New Directions/New Donors program and the Argosy Foundation which were matched by generous support from the community.
The Flynn acknowledges critical National Endowment for the Arts Recovery Act
artist residency and staff support.