''Mo'' is an African American colloquialism for the word ''more'', and is a nod to ''Three Mo'Tenors'', ''Mo' Better Blues'', and our love of who we are. ''Voce'' is Italian for "voice".
Known for their powerful voices, strong harmonies and emotional delivery, Mo’Voce, is making a name for themselves in the music world. Mo’Voce is a soulful and thrilling combination of unique and exceptional classical and pop singers, Sarai Cole, Frank Odjidja, Jeremie Johnson, and Aaron Reeder. Singing everything from opera, operetta to musicals, from Pop to Motown, Mo’Voce brings their own style to each genre to create meaningful and thrilling music.
Frank Odjidja, singer, dancer, and actor is a native of Berlin. He began his career with international theatre productions including productions of Cats, West Side Story, and Jesus Christ Super Star. Frank has also performed in opera houses across all of Europe. He is looking forward to the wonderful and exciting opportunities singing with Mo’Voce will bring.
Sarai Cole, international soprano, is a rising star in the opera world. Ms. Cole has won countless awards, grants, and competitions.
Most recently Sarai performed for Staats Oper Stuttgart in their spring festival, in a new show called White Limozeen (also performed with BAM Berliner Festival für aktuelles Musiktheater), in "The White Horse Inn" at Sophien Saele, and excerpts from Verdi’s Requiem at the Berliner Dom.
Sarai is so excited to be a part of Mo’Voce and can’t wait for their next show. www.SaraiCole.com
Recipient of the Roger Sturtevant Musical Theatre Award given by Actor's Equity Association, Aaron Reeder is currently a Berlin-based performer and creative strategist. He regularly performs with Washington National Opera. After working with the Smithsonian Institute, he developed "Beyond the Lights: Discovering Sammy Davis Jr." This in-gallery piece gives a unique look at the life, work and contribution of "The World's Greatest Entertainer" to American culture.
Visit for more -- www.aaron-reeder.com
Born and raised in Dubai, Jeremie Johnson started performing very early in his life at various events and theatre shows for a wide range of audiences, including The Royal Family of Dubai. He was the winner of the first Best Of The Best national singing competition in UAE that further pushed his career as a musician. Jeremie took part in the finals of the BBC’s The Next Big Thing, where he was placed second.
He collaborates with various organizations and campaigns to organize events around themes of diversity and youth violence prevention. For more information about his work and solo project, please visit www.jeremiejohnson.com