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Young Voices

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Young Voices offers children the amazing opportunity of singing with the worlds’ largest children’s choir. The whole experience is a journey and discovery, culminating in the most extraordinary performance opportunity there could possibly be.

South Hill Choir have attended Young Voices in 2017,2019,2022,2023 and most recently 16th January 2024.

This year the music included a Matilda Medley, a gospel medley, A Moana[Disney] medley as well as anthems and pop songs from a huge variety of genres. These offer the children opportunities to learn about other times and cultures, as well as musical styles. We even sang a beautiful Korean song called Arirang.


The choir members worked extremely hard to learn all the lyrics and attended many extra rehearsals. All the hard work paid off with such an exceptional day on Tuesday 16th January. The day was long and exhausting but the children were utterly amazing. Their enthusiasm and energy bubbled over all day. Most of the songs had actions and dance moves so we were kept moving in the rehearsal as well as being introduced to the various artists who would be performing with us in the evening. As the lights went down for the concert to begin at 7pm the atmosphere was electric. Parents had arrived in the O2 and we could wave to them from a distance!

The Urban Striders, Nandi Bushell, Natalie Williams and MCGrammar were sensational. The children found Nandi so inspiring as she is only 13 years old and a fantastic drummer-she blew us away with her talent!

The pupils have been inspired to follow MCGrammar and especially enjoy watching him perform his World Book Day rap on Youtube!

Such an incredible evening to inspire and remember!

Here are some of the choir members’ comments:

‘It was just the best time’

‘I loved the Urban Strides Dancers- they all waved to us!’

My favourite song was ‘Rockstar’

‘I loved the violinist performing with the Beatboxers’

‘I loved the lights- I felt like a star!’

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