Director, Marshall White, was interviewed on Fort Wayne's Morning News with Charlie Butcher.
These are pictures of the first ever Unity Performing Arts Foundation Master Class at Joshua’s Temple from Sunday, April 6, 2014! The congregation at Joshua’s Temple was kind enough to ask us to do our live rehearsal at their church to get a more intimate look at how we’re preparing for our upcoming competitions at... Read More
“What are the enemies of greatness?” The question hung for a moment over the room of students. Marshall White, CEO and founder of the Unity Performing Arts Foundation (UNITY) was addressing the members, ages 7 to 19, of Voices of Unity, the youth choral arm of the foundation, at rehearsal. “Fear,” one member responded. “Laziness,”... Read More
Marshall White was interviewed on a Fort Wayne podcast – hear the story and heart behind UPAF! “This week, we have an inspirational conversation with Marshall White, CEO and Founder of Unity Performing Arts Foundation. UNITY was organized and formed in 2000 and since then, has been helping children prepare for success in life through... Read More
Our first full day in Riga was absolutely AMAZING! It contained several moments where we literally had the chance to experience snapshots of the world, live and in living color! The day began with breakfast in the restaurant of our beautiful hotel. Several familiar foods could be found on the buffet, including hard boiled eggs,... Read More
The Voices of Unity Youth Choir (VOUYC) is preparing to make history, again, by traveling to the 8th World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia! This will be the third time the choir has participated in this global event, and will be the second time the choir has participated as gold medal winners. Members of VOUYC... Read More
Fort Wayne’s Voices of Unity traveled to New York City over the second half of last week to partake in a number of exciting events that culminated in an impressive performance at the world renowned Carnegie Hall. The students, most of whom had never been to New York City, were able to expand their horizons... Read More