Students to hit capital for high-profile arena gig
A CHOIR from a school in Redland will perform at a high-profile concert at the O2 Arena in London next week.
Some 75 members from the Redland High School for Girls' choir will perform on January 14 as part of a series of Young Voices concerts being held across the country.
Young Voices is the largest school choir organiser in the world and holds more than 14 concerts a year in the UK and Ireland's leading arenas.
Each year, more than 2,500 schools, 90,000 children, 6,000 teachers and 120,000 family and friends come together to enjoy music and celebrate singing.
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Pupils from Redland High will perform a wide range of music alongside musicians from other schools, including songs by the Beatles, Elton John, Olly Murs and One Direction.
The concert will also feature performances from Britain's Got Talent finalist Connie Talbot and a special performance of the song written for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Sing, with the African Children's Choir.
Over the last twelve months the Redland choir has taken part in many high-profile concerts, including two at Colston Hall and one at Wembley Arena, in addition to the regular concerts given at school.
They have more concerts planned for the months ahead, including performances in Paris at both Disneyland and the prestigious church, La Madeleine, as well as an appearance at Bristol's St George's in April.