Windermere pupils sing at the O2

PUBLISHED: 05:56 05 February 2015

Millie Adams and Mack Gibson

Millie Adams and Mack Gibson


A young school choir joined thousands of others in a performance at the O2 Arena in London last week.

Forty six choir members from Windermere School, St Albans, aged between eight and 11, took part in the annual Young Voices concert featuring choirs from all over the country.

They performed a variety of songs including Andrew Lloyd Webber numbers, pop renderings, a poignant tribute to Nelson Mandela and a requiem.

Seven thousand children took part in total making it the largest school choir concert in the world.

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