Ndigaze Children's Choir
Ndigaze children's choir was birthed out of a need to reach even more children in our community, as more mothers and children found out about our school and heard what we were offering out little lambs they came knocking asking to be taken in. However we had to turn most of them away as our resources were limited and we wanted to give quality to the few we had other than spreading ourselves too thin.
My husband Brian Michael Sebulime frustrated by not being able to help more children thought of a way that would make it possible.
He thought through music and dance( a very big part of our heritage and culture) we could fundraise and build an extra educational block on our one acre of land; thus began our work of Ndigaze children's choir.
We selected children from our school in top class and started music, dance and drum lessons in faith believing that this small group of little ones might just be the ambassadors we had been praying for to reach further than we ever could through their songs and dances.
Maybe by telling their stories to countless audiences they would inspire more people to carry our dream to the next level, opening our doors to even more children in need without turning them away by expanding our facilities.
Soon our dance and music classes extended to other kids in our community and became an after school educational program for kids not necessarily a part of our school....this was yet another way to reach out using music and dance as therapy, a way to heal these children.
Our choir comprises of 13 children between the ages of 4 and sixteen.
Our dream is to reach the old and the young through the Ndigaze project ,these kids are a voice to those without a voice. They bring hope to so many children through their music and everyone that hears them.