Create an AIDS-Free Generation

Logo's of the participants at the UN AIDS event in Washington DCA special evening of music, storytelling and advocacy is being held on the eve of the 2012 International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. This year marks the first time the U.S. will host the conference in more than two decades.

The event will take the audience on a historical journey through the history of the AIDS epidemic and the world’s remarkable response to it. A host of high profile celebrities will join the event, lending their voices in solidarity for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The event will look to the future of AIDS and unite participants around our common goal of an AIDS-free generation.

The African Children’s Choir are performing at the event alongside other notables and entertainers including Patti Austin, Barbara Bush, Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Herbie Hancock, Alicia Keys, Annie Lennox, Kweku Mandela, Joan Osborne, Kay Warren and John Megrue.

Ray Barnett, president and founder of Music for Life and the African Children’s Choir will also attend the event.

For more information, refer to the UN AIDS press release on the event.

Live Jubilee performance of “Sing”

For those of our friends who were unable to watch this on television, here it is!

Introduced by Australian musician Rolph Harris, the African Children’s Choir together with the Common Wealth Band, Sir Andrew-Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow perform “Sing”, the official song of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, live at the fountain outside Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s residence, for her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

"Sing" is unveiled

“Sing” the official song for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee created by Gary Barlow and featuring the African Children’s Choir has been presented to the world. Watch the video below…