Project for big voices

Joondalup Times - - STREET WATCH -

KNOWN as Aus­tralia’s largest chil­dren’s choir, One Big Voice re­turns this year.

The mu­si­cal project is for stu­dents in years 3 to 6, cul­mi­nat­ing in the One Big Voice fes­ti­val at Perth Arena in Au­gust.

For the first time, how­ever, stu­dents go­ing to high school this year who still want to be a part of One Big Voice, can join a new mini choir.

The OBV Choir started this month and is for stu­dents in years 6 to 8.

Cost is $150 per term, which in­cludes weekly ses­sions, a prac­tice CD, web­site ac­cess and other choir per­for­mances through­out the year.

The OBV Choir will then join thou­sands of other stu­dents to per­form in the Au­gust fes­ti­val at Perth Arena.

Com­mit­tee mem­ber Kiki McCor­mack said they formed the mini choir in re­sponse to “many con­cerned par­ents and stu­dents” want­ing to find a way to con­tinue to be part of One Big Voice.

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