Ubuntu 'Make That Change' tour comes to Taree

Taree has been included in the Australian tour of Ubuntu, a gifted group of singers, musicians and dancers who were former members of the world-renowned African Children’s Choir.

The African Children's Choir was founded 32 years ago and has helped more than 52,000 children receive an education in Africa.

Touring the world as small children they graced the stages of Carnegie Hall and the London Palladium performing for US Presidents and Nobel Prize winners with celebrities such as Will Smith, Bob Geldof, Alicia Keys and Annie Lennox.

Having just graduated from high school through African Children's Choir sponsorship, these talented 18-20 year olds are poised to fulfill their promise of making a difference in their own villages.

Before they prepare for university, they will share with Australia how their African dreams are becoming a reality through this inspirational tour which starts in Mornington Peninsula, Victoria and travels through Victoria, NSW to south east Queensland from April to July. They perform at Taree’s Baptist Centre on Kolodong Road on Friday, June 8 at 7pm.

Ubuntu reveals Africa’s extraordinary vibrant culture. Audiences will be inspired by the transformation of these young adults who offer an unforgettable experience through evocative songs, mind blowing dance moves, haunting harmonies plucked from traditional instruments and masterful drummers pounding out ancient rhythms.

For more information visit www.kwaya.org/UBUNTU2018TOUR.html or follow the tour on Facebook www.facebook.com/ubuntutour Tickets: www.trybooking.com/UQVJ