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Young Voices 2020

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Young Voices 2020

Young Voices

Clifton children went to Young Voices in Sheffield last night, the largest school choir concert in the World. It was a fantastic experience for our children who got to sing with over 4700 other children form lots of different schools. The children sang Somebody to Love with Tony Hadley and also joined in with performances from The Shires and Ruti who won The Voice UK in 2018. Ruti was a member of the Young Voices choir when she was 8 years old! All the children were a credit to our school, they had worked so hard to learn the lyrics and dance moves to a wide variety of songs which included a Queen medley and a version of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy.

Here are some pupils quotes on their experience:

I was very happy going to Young Voices because it was so much fun – Travis

My favourite bit was Oklahoma – Millie

I loved Young Voices because I got to sing – Izzy

My favourite bit was the Urban Strides – Ethan

I loved it when we got to meet Andy from Urban Strides – George

I liked Young Voices because the lights looked really cool – Joseph

I liked it when Tony Hadley came on stage to sing “Who wants to live forever” with us – Thomas

It was an incredible experience – Jack

All of it was amazing – Arabella

I loved it when all the Urban strides came on and danced, it was amazing – Loveday

I loved everything – Oscar

I liked it when Andy came to see us and had our photo was taken with him – Sam