Watch our socially distanced and pre-recorded choral performances.
Dates and Times
Sun 27th Sep 2020
This is an online event
These are pre-recorded performances and interviews edited from the original events earlier in the month.
Moving from The Scoop in London to the digital realm, we see choirs from all over the UK coming together to perform remotely.
Kids' Choir is led by renowned conductor Richard Frostick, bringing over 250 school children together to sing their hearts out. The project has engaged over 9,500 pupils across London since 2003, entertaining audiences through the joy of singing, giving children an unrivalled opportunity to broaden their musical horizons.
Hundreds of voices come together to Sing for Water while raising money for WaterAid. Led by Katie Rose and Roxane Smith, 26 choirs from across the country take the opportunity to come together and show their love for the rivers they live on and love. Co-founded in 2002 by the Thames Festival Trust and renowned composer, singer and musical director Helen Chadwick, Sing for Water has raised 1 million pounds to change and save lives around the world.
Recorded from the comfort of their classrooms and rehearsal studios and broadcast on the final weekend of the festival.
Join in and sing-along.
Right now, millions of people across the world are living without access to clean water and sanitation. This crisis is costing lives and ruining chances of development. WaterAid's vision is a world where everyone has access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene - basic human rights that most take for granted.
It only costs £15 to give one-person access to clean water for the rest of their lives. Each singer taking part raises a minimum of £50, meaning Sing for Water saves thousands of lives.