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From Africa to Burlington: Watoto Childrens Choir to Perform in Town

The choir will perform at the Mount Hope Performance Center on Oct. 9.

Come see a high-energy performance and help support orphaned and vulnerable children in Africa.

The Watoto Children’s Choir is traveling from Africa for a series of Massachusetts performances. The tour will kick-off  in Oak Bluffs on Saturday Oct. 6 and will continue their tour through Vineyard Haven, Randolph, Foxboro, Weymoth, Braintree, Burlington and Bolton among other cities in Massachusetts and the New England area.

The choir will perform in Burlington at 7 p.m. at the Mount Hope Performance Center at Mount Hope Christian Center. The performance is titled "Beautiful Africa: A New Generation" and all performances are free and open to the public.

According to a release, the Watoto Children’s Choir acts as Watoto ambassadors to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children of Africa. Watoto is a holistic child-care solution initiated to serve the dire needs of Africa and her people.

With vibrant, original African music; dance routines; life-transforming stories, the tours is indicative of the new generation of leaders emerging out of Watoto.

“Through the choir’s Concert of Hope, we share a message of transformation by telling the story of Africa’s rescued orphans and women. We hope to reach out to audiences with the message of Christ’s healing power,” says Gary Skinner Watoto Founder.

With its genuine appeal, accompanied by music and dance- an energetic fusion of contemporary gospel and traditional African rhythm – the globally acclaimed Watoto Children’s Choirs has traveled internationally since 1994 as ambassadors for the millions of children in Africa, orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS, war and poverty.

Each of the children in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both parents. They live in Watoto Children’s Villages where they receive the care and nurture they need to grow up as productive citizens of their own country.                             

Since its inception, 56 choirs have traveled globally, providing the children with a bigger worldview, an unusual opportunity they would otherwise never get. The choirs have been to Australia, Brazil, China, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan, Germany, France and the U.S, among others. Their audiences have included royalty, presidents, ministers, and the ordinary person, capturing many hearts wherever they go.

To preview a performance of the choir visit: www.watoto.com/the-choir

Go to https://www.watoto.com/the-choir/see-the-choir for the full choir schedule in the U.S.

Choir Schedule for Boston Area:



City

Day

Date

Time

Venue

Address

Oak Bluffs

Saturday

Oct 6

4 p.m.

Union Chapel hosted by Vineyard Assembly of God church.

55 Narragansett Ave.

Vineyard Haven

Sunday

Oct 7

10:30a.m.

Vineyard Assembly of God Church

1048 State Rd.

Randolph

Sunday

Oct 7

7p.m.

Victory World Outreach Church

31 West St.

Burlington

Tuesday

Oct  9

7p.m.

Mount Hope Christian Church

3 McGinnis Dr

Foxboro

Thursday

Oct 11

7p.m.

Bethany Congregational Church

3 Rockhill St.

Weymouth

Saturday

Oct 13

7p.m.

Community Baptist Church

17 Mutton Lane

Braintree

Saturday

Oct 13

11a.m.

Southshore Plaza

250 Granite St.

Braintree

Sunday

Oct 14

10:30a.m.

Church of Abundant Life

1881 Washington St.

Bolton

Thursday

Oct 18

7p.m.

Trinity Church, Congregational

14 Wattaquadock Hill Rd.

About Watoto:

Watoto is a holistic care solution providing for the physical, emotional, medical, spiritual and academic needs of children in Africa. Watoto was initiated as a response to the overwhelming number of orphaned children and vulnerable women in Africa. It is positioned to rescue an individual, raise each one as a leader in their chosen sphere of life so that they in turn will rebuild their nations.

About the Watoto Children’s Choir:

Accompanied by a team of adults, the choir presents Watoto’s vision and mission through their stories, music and dance. Watoto choirs act as ambassadors to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children of Africa.




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