COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Harmony Project changes your outlook on and off the stage.
Keisha Lige-Steele is one of the younger members of the Harmony Project choir. In fact she falls into the age range of the Voice 4 Columbus Contestants.
During the live contest announcement broadcast on February 29th, Keisha shared with Matt Barnes and Monica Day how the choir has changed her outlook.
Harmony Project is a non-profit organization created to connect communities across social divides through art, education, and volunteerism. We provide opportunities for individuals of different cultures, religions, ages, affiliations, and orientations to work together. The result: a stronger, more inclusive community. –The Harmony Project Mission Statement
To learn more about the harmony project, visit http://harmonyproject.com/