Stu­dents sing in Perth

Narrogin Observer - - News - Michael Traill

Nar­ro­gin Pri­mary School stood out at the Perth Arena among a sea of nearly 4000 stu­dents from across the State at the One Big Voice choir on Au­gust 17.

Twenty-seven stu­dents in Years 3-6 from the school had been prac­tis­ing their 13-song reper­toire for months in prepa­ra­tion for the big night.

Year 4 stu­dent Cait­lyn Gill even man­aged to per­form solo on the night and was in­ter­viewed by To­day Tonight.

“When we were prac­tis­ing you could hear your­self, we sounded like a re­ally small group,” she said.

“But when we were all to­gether at the One Big Voice it sounded amaz­ing.”

Fel­low Year 4 stu­dent Elise Andrews said the night was an amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

“I think it was re­ally fun, be­cause with all the other schools singing to­gether it was just an amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence,” she said.

“My favourite part was when we sang This is me be­cause ev­ery­one got their flash­lights out and waved their phones ev­ery­where.”

Year 6 stu­dent Ella Borth­wick said she did not have a sin­gle favou- rite mo­ment from the night.

“I liked it all, every time that you stood up and would sing, now and then you’d hear the au­di­ence sing along to it all,” she said.

Pic­ture: Nar­ro­gin Pri­mary School

Nar­ro­gin Pri­mary School stu­dents in Perth for One Big Voice.

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