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Sing a Song of Peace by Luigi Zaninelli, World Premiere

2014 "Let There Be Peace On Earth" Festival Slideshow


We extend our gratitude to Jack and Sara Kukuk, our host families, volunteers to the Children of the World in Harmony for a beautiful week! The memories will last a lifetime. Photos from the week are available for your use at the Festival Albums. There are options to share and download within the album. For those traveling, we wish you a safe journey home. Blessings to all!

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VOICES WITHOUT BORDERS, INC.


Welcome to Voices Without Borders, Inc., an organization dedicated to promoting, supporting and sponsoring choral music and performing arts for the youth of northern Michigan and around the world.

CHILDREN OF THE WORLD IN HARMONY FESTIVALS


When young people come together in song and dance, and exchange cultural ideas and experiences, they quickly learn their similarities far outweigh their differences. The International Society for Children's Choral & Performing Arts, now called Voices Without Borders has produced choir and dance festivals all over the world for more than 30 years. Since 2009, the Children of the World in Harmony Youth Choir & Dance Festivals have brought more than 1000 youth representing 25 different countries and states to northern Michigan for a week-long series of unforgettable concerts.

LITTLE TRAVERSE YOUTH CHOIR




The
Little Traverse Youth Choir was formed by VWB in 2010 to enrich the choral experience of northern Michigan Youth. As the host choir for the festivals, it welcomes youth from around the world to celebrate in the Children of the World in Harmony Festivals.

In 2013, LTYC had a fantastic time on their first international tour to French-speaking Canada!
The choir has also toured northern Michigan and the Detroit area, performed with the Young Americans, the Harlem Globetrotters, the Messiah concerts presented by the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra & Chorus. In 2012, they were thrilled to perform in Carmina Burana in Bay View, where they joined 90 adult voices, the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, and three professional soloists!




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