Set in the slums of Uganda, the streets of New York, small towns of America and legendary recording studios from Nashville to Abbey Road, Imba Means Sing is the award-winning documentary sharing the story of Moses, Angel and Nina, members of the Grammy-nominated African Children’s Choir.

These extraordinary kids travel the US with their fellow choir members, performing to raise money that will fund their secondary and college educations and sharing through song and dance the magic of their Ugandan traditions with audiences around the nation.
The film is stunningly told through Moses, Angel and Nina’s perspectives on their one shot journey from poverty to education. The stakes are high as their own futures and the futures of their families rest in their hands. Their story is an intimate look at how each child processes the joys and challenges of their life-changing opportunity.

A one-night private screening of the award-winning documentary will be shown in Philadelphia on October 28th at 7:30pm at Riverview Plaza Stadium 17 (1400 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19147).

Tickets must be reserved by October 18th and 100% of film proceeds benefit the African Children’s Choir.

VISIT http://gathr.us/screening/13327 to reserve a ticket.

About Imba Means Sing
Imba Means Sing aims to raise awareness for music education and equal access to education as a global human right. 100% of film proceeds benefit the African Children’s Choir. For more information, please visit www.imbafilm.com.

SOURCE: IMBA Means Sing

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