|The world renowned African Children’s Choir is slated to perform a rare Middle Tennessee concert at 6:30 p.m. May 31 in Smyrna.
The event is free, although an offering will be taken to help defray expenses.
The African Children's Choir, which is comprised of children from some of the most impoverished nations on earth, has performed thousands of concerts around the world from the United Nations to the White House, from Madison Square Garden to Carnegie Hall.
They have appeared on national television programs including “Jay Leno,” “Good Morning America,” and “American Idol,” and have performed and recorded with such internationally regarded artists a Josh Groban, the Gaither Vocal Band, and Michael W. Smith.
In conjunction with Music For Life camps in Uganda, the African Children's Choir has been working with the most vulnerable children in Africa for 23
years, raising awareness of the plight of Africa’s orphaned and abandoned, but also showing the beauty, dignity and potential of each African child.
They perform throughout the world bringing hope and joy to everyone they meet. They are a voice for the millions of children suffering in Africa.
The African Children’s Choir will perform May 31 at 6:30 PM in the ministry center of Smyrna Assembly at 14119 Old Nashville Highway, Smyrna.
For more information contact Smyrna Assembly at (615) 459-3421, or visit www.smyrnaassembly.org.