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Youngsters from St Nicholas House School in North Walsham to join worlds largest children’s chior at the O2

PUBLISHED: 08:16 24 January 2018 | UPDATED: 08:16 24 January 2018

Children from St Nicholas House School choir in their 'tour' hoodies with music teacher Anne Berry Smith. Picture: Courtesy of St Nicholas House School

Children from St Nicholas House School choir in their 'tour' hoodies with music teacher Anne Berry Smith. Picture: Courtesy of St Nicholas House School

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Children in Years 3-6 at St Nicholas House School in North Walsham will be part of the largest children’s choir in the world, Young Voices, at the 02 Arena in London later this month.

The huge choir is designed to unify children from across the country, boost their confidence and provide lifelong memories for them and their families.

Anne Berry Smith, music teacher, said Young Voices provided an opportunity for primary school children to perform all styles of music including folk, pop, rock and classical.

She said: “The children have been practising the dance routines and learning the songs in their music lessons since October and are very excited to be singing at the 02.

“The choir of 8,000 all perform at the same time to capacity audiences of friends and family.”

She added: “Nothing can prepare you for the sound of thousands of children singing in harmony.”


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