Hear the heart-warming sounds of over 400 primary school children singing together. This colossal choir of young voices will sing a beautiful repertoire of songs from around the world, exploring themes of the Thames and the issues facing children today.
Led by Richard Frostick, one of the UK's finest singing leaders, Artistic Director of the British Council’s World Voice programme and founder of the Islington Music Centre, the children will join forces to delight audiences and perform a fantastic collection of songs at the Scoop.
Young composer Hunter Coblentz has created a contemporary response to Handel’s Water Music to celebrate the 300thanniversary.
Schools involved in this year's programme are:
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