INTRODUCING TO YOU
IMANI MILELE CHOIR
ABOUT THE CHOIR
Imani Milele Choir is a talented group of children from Uganda, Africa, that tour the U.S. each year, raising awareness of the plight of orphaned and vulnerable children.
The choir concerts feature uplifting and inspirational songs that share stories of the joy that they have received through God's love and songs that are an exciting blend of original compositions, praise and worship, and unique African drum routines and dance.
We would be thrilled to connect with you and arrange a concert while in your area.
We offer concerts and private performances that will fit your particular situation; from Sunday mornings to any night of the week that would be separate from your regular Sunday AM gathering.
MORE ON THE CHOIR
Since 2013, Imani Milele Choirs have toured the U.S. (with a different set of children for each choir group) performing at over 600 concerts collectively ever since.
For about eight months out of the year, the choir tours all over the U.S. performing at churches, schools, organizations, private concerts, and many more venues, bringing their unique sound and infectious joy wherever they travel!
The high-energy concerts are so electrifying, that being at one of them will exhilarate you as you watch these amazing children perform well-crafted dances, songs, African drum routines, and much more.
Expect the choir to engage, entertain, and bless the congregation with uplifting, upbeat songs, unique acapella arrangements, and dances. The concerts will crown with an immersive worship experience that invites the audience to worship together with the choir.
The concerts are crowned with an excellent worship session that invites the audience to worship together with the choir.
PUBLIC, AND PRIVATE EVENTS
Expect the audience to witness an authentic African experience showcased through high-energy, culturally unique music, dance, and well-crafted drum routines.
The choir uses art to narrate some of Uganda's culture and history. The audience will learn something new, but will also be encouraged to share the stage with the choir, participating in the playing of the African drums.