Monday, 28 May 2012

The African Children's Choir appear on "Sing" by Gary Barlow and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber


Kabodler is proud to announce that the African Children's Choir are featured on the official song for Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee created by Gary Barlow and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. 

The African Children's Choir were one of the first to use Kabodler to sell tickets to their concert in West Meon, Hampshire in November 2010. They sold all their tickets using Kabodler pre public BETA and ticket holders were scanned into the event using the Kabodler Door Android App, this was the first time that Kabodler had been used.

The African Children’s Choir travels the world, acting as the ambassador for Africa’s most vulnerable children. Their goal, to raise awareness and show that despite the desolate circumstances they come from, they have beauty, dignity, hope and unlimited potential. The Choir is just one program operated by Music for Life Institute.
Music for Life Institute (MFL) is committed to ensuring that the children in the Choir, and thousands of others in Africa, receive love, care, and a quality education that will change their lives.
With programs in Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, and Rwanda, and supporting programs in Southern Sudan, Music for Life is “helping Africa’s most vulnerable children today, so they can help Africa tomorrow.” 

Congratulations to The African Children's Choir!


The Kabodler Team

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