The African Children's Choir has traveled the world and performed for presidents, kings, queens and even on popular shows like American Idol and Ellen Degeneres. Now, they've performed for Aggies and Bryan/College Station residents.
The Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley and the Texas A&M Multi-cultural services sponsored a one night concert at Rudder Auditorium on Thursday.
Through their music, the choir helps build schools and provides education for youth in Africa.
"To me, the choir has been my family, it's really the backbone of my life," says choir member Robert Seruyange.
The organization supports communities that suffer from poverty and disease.
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