One Voice Children's Choir is a non-profit organization and an internationally renowned performing artist with vision to use music to:
Inspire, Uplift, and Enrich
Serve Our Global Community
all with One Voice
One Voice Children's Choir began in 2002 when the Winter Olympic Games were held in Salt Lake City, UT. From those humble beginnings, OVCC has grown into a force in the entertainment world: Quarter-finalist on NBC's America's Got Talent Season 9, singing at the White House, touring in many countries and across the USA, and now, and even approaching 3 million subscribers on YouTube. One Voice Children's Choir has become a household name on a mission to spread hope, joy and love through their original arrangements of popular music.
Masa Fukuda is the founder and director of the One Voice Children's choir. Masa arranges every song the choir sings. The Choir couldn't be what it is today without Masa's talent, but more importantly, without his charisma and enthusiasm. Masa puts his heart and soul into every song the Choir sings, and his ability to get each child to give their all is inspiring. We love our director!