"African Musical Arts (formerly "African Chorus") and its dynamic founder and director, Fred Onovwerosuoke, have rapidly earned and gained stature and appreciation locally and nationally. The increasing performance and educational schedule of the group demand our attention."

— Robert Nordman, E. Des Lee Distinguished Professor for Music Education & former Music Supervisor for St. Louis Public Schools
Songs of Africa Ensemble "sharing new styles of choral music"

Songs of Africa Ensemble
"sharing new styles of choral music"

IMI Chamber Players.  "Building bridges through music" 

IMI Chamber Players. 
"Building bridges through music" 

 
African Choral Music Workshops and the National Intercultural Choral Workshops Scheduled locally and nationally.  "a commitment to nurturing diversity in the choral arts"

African Choral Music Workshops and the National Intercultural Choral Workshops
Scheduled locally and nationally. 
"a commitment to nurturing diversity in the choral arts"

"I truly commend Fred's perspective ... to expose people to a variety of styles." 

— Professor J. H. Kwabena Nketia World-renowned ethnomusicologist, composer, and authority on African music.

African Choral Odyssey with touring groups from Africa

African Choral Odyssey
with touring groups from Africa