The Teach The World to Sing tour and show is supported by award winning and nominated artists making each phase of our production team strong!
Vocalist, Song Writer, Pianist
Emmanuel Christoe is a tremendous vocalist, a song writer and a pianist. He lives in Munyonyo Kampala, Uganda. He is an author, and an International speaker. He is the president of Wato International Organization; Global Revival Ministry; Pearl Company Ltd, and the director trinity bible institute and Christoem Publishers.
Emmanuel was born the 5th of August.1991 in his home village of Kayunga Uganda. He studied in poorest schools in the countryside of Uganda including Ndeeba High School. He continued his studies going to Tyber School of Computer Science and K. Bible College. He started as a low humble young man musician, then by the grace of God has reached out into the world.
Emanuel Christoe bring is unique talents and gifts as a member of the "Teach The World to Sing" program to Uganda Africa and the USA.
Damon Sink is a faculty member in the Commercial and Electronic Music program at Western Carolina University where he teaches courses in MIDI, synthesis, and recording arts, and directs both the Music Technology Ensemble and the Western Carolina Civic Orchestra. He is a graduate of the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he studied composition with Joel Hoffman, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon and Samuel Adler. He is a Life Loyal member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity as well as an honorary member of Sigma Alpha Iota as a Friend of the Arts.
In addition to his creative work as a composer, Dr. Sink is active in other areas of media production, advertising, video, and film. Before joining the faculty at Western Carolina University, he served as a full-time member on the faculties of Xavier University and The University of Dayton and founded dalSegno Media, an audio/visual production company. Other academic pursuits include topics in the history of music theory as well as the development of rich media modes of analytical presentation.
Dr. Sink maintains a busy schedule as recording engineer and producer including past and ongoing projects with Ballaton Brass, Rick Sowash, Terry King, Mary Southworth, Philip Amalong, Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet and the American Trombone Quartet. He is also active member of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI) and has recently accepted a three-year appointment as Editor of the CMS Symposium Audio Performance Archive.
Videographer - London Episode
Ed joined ‘Teach the world to sing’ to film our Uk series of episodes. Having finishing University, he moved into free lance videography starting his career focused on broadcast and wedding videography. His focused and artistic mind paved the way for the creation of some truly creative content becoming a valuable asset for the project.
His most recent project ‘The ColourHits Project' is focused on providing young people with an opportunity to learn key skills within a broadcast and media environment, working with two established UK charities and media outlets providing opportunities for young people to create unique content streamed through FaceBook live to large online audiences.