One Voice Children’s Choir is a choir featured in Season 9 of America’s Got Talent. He was eliminated in the quarterfinals by the judges. The 100-member One Voice Children’s Choir began as the 2002 Winter Olympics Children’s Choir, a volunteer children’s choir organized to promote the 19th Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their title song “It Just Takes Love” was included on the album Light Up the Land: A Commemorative CD of the Olympics 2002.
Many members of the choir participated as Children of the Light in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. After the end of the 2002 Winter Olympics and the extinguishing of the Olympic flame, the children of the Children’s Choir of the Winter Olympics wanted to continue singing together. In response to the wishes of the children, Masa Fukuda, conductor and composer of It Just Takes Love, received help from supportive parents to establish the One Voice Children’s Choir as a non-profit organization.
The One Voice Children’s Choir is made up of children ages four to seventeen who live in northern Utah along the Wasatch Front, the Park City area, and the Heber Valley. The choir meets all year round and gives more than 50 concerts a year.