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Tring youngsters join 7,000 others in mass choir concert at London’s O2 arena

Pupils from Bishop Wood School in Tring joined more than 90,000 other youngsters at the O2 arena in London for the Young Voices concert

Pupils from Bishop Wood School in Tring joined more than 90,000 other youngsters at the O2 arena in London for the Young Voices concert

Pupils from Bishop Wood School in Tring joined more than 7,000 other youngsters singing in a mass choir at the O2 Arena.

Five months of rehearsals culminated in teachers and parents accompanying 122 pupils to the London venue for Young Voices 2014, where they performed several medleys and got the chance to be backing singers for X Factor star Stacey Solomon.

Music coordinator Janet Reeve said: “The children were a credit to the school. They behaved really well and sang enthusiastically. The whole show was unforgettable and the parents commented on how great it was.”

Janet extended her thanks to the school’s musical directors Harriet Ridgeway and Clare Sharman as well as other staff and parents who gave up their time to help.

Young Voices is the world’s largest school choir organiser and each year more than 2,500 schools, 90,000 children and 6,000 teachers come together to perform in 14 concerts throughout Great Britain. Click here to visit the website.

 

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