For over 30 years, the Boys and Girls Choirs of Harlem produced world class vocalists from Harlem. They toured the world, singing with everyone from Michael Jackson to Luciano Pavarotti, and performing at venues like Carnegie Hall and the White House.
But the choir, for grade school children, closed its doors in 2007 amid sexual scandal and financial ruin.
Now, the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem Alumni Ensemble, made up of 20 former members, is trying to keep the tradition of excellence and achievement alive.
These gifted young children are trying to resurrect the choir as adults as they did in the video above.
Check out more about them here.