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Youngsters prepare for 9,000-pupil singing spectacular in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 16:18 15 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:11 10 April 2018

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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It was a morning spent warming up their vocal cords.

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLYBrundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Children at Brundall Primary School have been practising their singing ahead of the Norfolk Music Hub’s first Big Sing for schools.

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLYBrundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The singing spectacular, which will be held on Thursday, May 3, will see 9,000 pupils and teachers from primary schools around Norfolk perform at Carrow Road.

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLYBrundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The event’s theme is unity, and the music will come from the Sing Up song bank, organised by the national campaign to encourage singing in schools.

Brundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLYBrundall Primary School practicing for the Norfolk Music Hub Big Sing. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Pupils will be guided through songs by guest conductor Mark De-Lisser, who has appeared on BBC1’s The Voice UK talent show and BBC2’s The Choir, and will be accompanied by a live band.


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