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One Voice Children's Choir

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The youth vocal collective One
Voice Children’s Choir began in 2001 when Brigham Young University student Masa
Fukuda composed a song for a contest to find music for 2002 Winter Olympics. He
brought together over a thousand Utah elementary school students to record the
piece and perform it at the games. Bonds formed between many of the young
performers, and Fakuda felt inspired so he created the Studio A Children’s
Choir and became the musical director. That entity, which would become One
Voice, was awarded the John Lennon International Music Award by Lennon’s widow,
Yoko Ono, in 2003. Fukuda settled on keeping all members of the choir between
the ages of 4 and 18, and they regularly performed at music festivals around
the world including the 2008 In Harmony festival devoted to children’s music. In
2014 they performed on the reality competition show America’s Got Talent,
making it to the quarterfinals, and boosting their profile. They made social
media videos, creating a huge viral success in the United States with a 2014 cover
of “Let It Go” that got nearly 20 million views in just two weeks. Their
output included songs in a wide variety of styles including but not limited to pop,
classical, show tunes, classical, and gospel including Maroon 5’s “Memories”,
Rihanna’s “Diamonds”, and Sara Bareilles’ “Brave”.