The Ndlovu Youth Choir will take the stage at the Kennedy Center on November 15, 2023 as a part of the America's Voices Against Apartheid Exhibit
October 30, 2023
The soul-stirring performance from The Ndlovu Youth Choir will conclude the America’s Voices Against Apartheid exhibit’s artistic experiences.
The groundbreaking choir will deliver messages of hope, love, and togetherness through song and dance. As the first-ever choir to reach the finals of America’s Got Talent they are bringing their talent to the Millennium Stage with a high energy performance that exhilarate crowds.
Quote from Dr. Jean Bailey, America’s Voices Against Apartheid Project Director
“The Ndlovu Youth Choir has brought so much joy into our world and now to our exhibit. This is an opportunity to celebrate raw talent and witness individuals that have left an incredible impact on so many people.”
Additional Event Details
The only opportunity to see The Ndlovu Youth Choir will be at 6 p.m. on the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center.
To reserve tickets in advance, online reservations will open on Wednesday, November 1 at 10 a.m.
On the day of the performance, free tickets will be available at the Hall of States Box Office beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Seating is first come, first served
Viewers are encouraged to arrive early for a good spot to enjoy this touching performance
More About The Ndlovu Youth Choir
The Ndlovu Youth Choir made history on America’s Got Talent (season 14) as the first choir to reach the finals. After their final performance on the show, music producer and record executive Simon Cowell claimed the performance was “the best final I have ever sat on in my life.” Cowell signed the choir and in collaboration with SYCO and Sony Music, the choir released their first album that debuted at number one on iTunes. The Ndlovu Youth Choir has undergone two European tours, sold out every public performance, and performed on multiple local and international radio and television shows. They have left a global impact winning audiences of all ages through moving music and dance performances.