Haitian Harmony Project

The University of Kentucky opera program has partnered with Alltech to help launch the Haitian Harmony Project in the town of Ouanaminthe, Haiti.

The hope is to put together a choir of about 35 elementary students that will perform during the opening ceremonies of the Alltech-FEI World Equestrian Games and, longer term, tour the world to raise awareness about the poor nation's plight.


Alltech & UK Helping Haiti


Alltech, UK strike a chord in Haiti
Kentucky.com, August 16, 2010
Haitian school children will be chosen by graduate students in the University of Kentucky's voice program to form a choir, with the goal of bringing the group to Kentucky to perform in opening ceremonies of the Alltech-FEI World Equestrian Games...cont.

Haitian reality checks
Copious Notes, August 15, 2010
Rich Copley writes about his recent experience in Haiti and the conditions in which he found the impoverished country...cont.

Alltech hopes to help Haiti by bringing in jobs
Kentucky.com, August 15, 2010
Alltech and president Pearse Lyons plan to build homes, schools and businesses in the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation...cont.

UK singers bring music to Haiti
Copious Notes, July 2, 2010
Eric Brown and fellow UK voice student Manuel Castillo were in Haiti last month to explore a unique way to help in the desperately impoverished, earthquake-ravaged country...cont.

Alltech, UK Opera join forces to help Haiti
The Bluegrass and Beyond, June 12, 2010
Everett McCorvey and his graduate students plan to create Haitian Harmony, a music training program for children in Ouanaminthe, Haiti...cont.