One Voice Children's Choir on season 9 of America's Got Talent

ABOUT One Voice Children's Choir

One Voice Children's Choir began as the 2002 Winter Olympics Children's Choir and was organized for the purpose of promoting the XIX Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. The children wanted to continue singing together after the Games were over, prompting conductor Masa Fukuda along with supportive parents to establish One Voice Children's Choir as a non-profit organization. One Voice Children's Choir provides children the opportunity to cultivate an appreciation for music and share their talents. One Voice Children's Choir is comprised of children ages four to 17 and is based in Utah, where they perform over 50 times each year.