SATURDAY: IMBA MEANS SING with Producer Erin Bernhardt & Arkansas Baptist College Choir in Attendance!

On Saturday at 2 pm don't miss IMDBA MEANS SING, with a post screening Q&A with Producer Erin Bernhardt and performance by Arkansas Baptist College Choir!

IMBA MEANS SING is the story of one little boy who is a big star. As the celebrity    drummer from the Grammy-nominated African Children’s Choir, Moses relies on his youthful resilience. Growing up in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, Moses and his family lack enough resources for    him to even attend the first grade. Moses is only eight-years-old when the film begins– yet he knows all too well that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure his future and change the course of his family’s life. We follow Moses as he works for an education and spreads the magic of his African childhood.

The choir's performances have been diverse in scope and literature. Widely recognized for its integrity and discipline, the Arkansas Baptist College Choir has wowed audiences with its talent and understanding of the music performed.The Reverend Henry L. Parker, Jr. is the chair of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and serves as choral director.