By Connie Osborne Friday 17 January 2014 Updated: 17/01 09:57
LITTLE singers with big voices hit the high notes with pupils across the UK at an event in Birmingham.
Around 25 children from Beoley First School’s choir joined 90,000 others at the LG Arena’s Young Voices event yesterday (Thursday).
The charity is the largest school choir organiser in the world and hosts concerts every year for more than 2,500 schools across the UK and Ireland to celebrate music and singing.
Those involved learn 12 songs as well as dance moves and the pitch perfect Year 3 and 4 pupils also voiced their talents on BBC Midland’s Today as well as Heart FM and Capital radio station.
Choir teacher Emily Holmes, said it was the first time the school had taken part in the event.
“This has been an amazing journey for the children providing them with a lifetime experience.”
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