The One Voice Children’s Choir released a new music video on 9 May 2017, titled “You Will Be Found” that emphasizes the message that every individual can contribute to ending bullying.

One Voice Children’s Choir performs “You Will Be Found” from the musical “Dear Evan Hansen”

“You Will Be Found” is a cover of a song from the Broadway Musical “Dear Evan Hansen.” The choir, under the direction of Masa Fukuda, performs the song in a sunlit orchard with cutaways showing that reaching out and befriending others is an essential step in preventing and ending bullying. The video was filmed on the grounds of the Utah State Hospital and features solos by Dallas Whitman, Cole Waniker, Mitch Bandley, Trinsica Tolman and Ronin Dallon. Featured singers include Chloe Barrus, Isabel Oakseon, El Rivera, Kainoa Sorensen, and Halle Sundberg.

Rivera also serves as the lead actor throughout the video and portrays a young man that seems to be alone and friendless. Throughout the video, others take notice and decide to befriend him, resulting in a big smile from Rivera’s character. The message shows that nobody needs to be alone or endure bullying if we take the time to reach out to them. Stopbullying.gov reports that nearly 30% of students admit to having been bullied, and over 70% of students say they have seen incidents of bullying. While bullying and its consequences are not always intended, we all have a responsibility to help and step in when we see incidents of bullying occur. Bullying isn’t just physical. Words online and in person can have just as much as – if not more – of an impact on physical behavior. Actions or words that lead to feelings of or physical isolation can all be considered bullying.

The “You Will Be Found” music video shows that we can all help to end bullying.

The One Voice Children’s Choir shows us through their performance of “You Will Be Found” that bullying doesn’t have to be an ongoing trend. Together, we can work to make sure that everyone “will be found” by reaching out to those that need it and not being afraid of what other’s may think or say. The video encourages being an example to others by befriending everyone. As the encouraging lyrics of the song suggest, “even when the darkness comes crashing through, when you need a friend to carry you and you’re broken on the ground, you will be found.”

 

 

 

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