TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The South African Gospel group paid a visit to Godby High School on Wednesday morning, singing selections from their program, honoring Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday.
The trip was all a part of Florida State University's Opening Nights 'in Class' program.
Opening Nights brings musicians from across the world to Tallahassee.
"It's bringing the world to Tallahassee. Some people in our community won't have the opportunity to travel to Soweto, South Africa. This gives a taste of what that is. Whenever we can bring international artists in, it expands our knowledge of the world, the people in the world, and how we're all a part of the global community," said FSU Opening Night's Director, Michael Blachly.
Swahili speaking Bond Elementary students who emigrated from Congo, were in attendance.