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The Morgan State University Choir engages in a collaboration of song and friendship with a local Brazilian university.

Classical Movements has made concert and travel arrangements for Morgan State University throughout the world, and in May, the choir added a fifth continent to their impressive list. The Morgan State University Choir, under the direction of Dr. Eric Conway, went on their first tour to South America, where they performed and explored Brazil. Their performances in leading halls and venues in São Paolo, Santos, and Rio de Janeiro brought Brazilian audiences to their feet and
The Morgan State University Choir impresses the audiences at Rio de Janeiro's Candelaria Church.

earned MSU countless new fans, who praised the choir for both their professionalism and powerful vocal skills.

The choir also experienced what they said was "perhaps the best exchange opportunities [they] had ever had," when in São Paolo they met and sang with students at their sister school, Zumbi dos Pamares, the only Afro-Brazilian college in the country. Additionally, in Rio de Janiero they sang a concert with young music students in the impoverished neighborhood of la Rocinha, Rio's largest favela.

"The Morgan State University Choir's Brazilian tour was one of the most extraordinary experiences that we ever had! Musically, the audiences were extremely appreciative of all the different styles that we presented. In every concert, a profound connection to the audience was felt. The Morgan students totally embraced Brazilian culture via exquisite food and lively discussion with the choral groups who attended the concerts. Two of the destinations being coastal cities, gave a beautifully exotic feel to the excursion. I cannot imagine having a better cultural exchange than what we had in Brazil."
—Dr. Eric Conway, Conductor, Morgan State University Choir

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