Kenton school pupils take part in sell-out gig at the 02 arena
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Mount Stewart Primary School join 6,000-strong choir at the Young Voices event
Children from a school in Kenton were selected to take part in a Young Voices event in front of a sell-out crowd at the 02 arena.
Mount Stewart Primary School, in Mount Stewart Avenue, had 60 pupils chosen to join a 6,000-strong choir of London schoolchildren directed by renowned conductor David Lawrence.
Yvonne D’Souza, a teacher at Mount Stewart, said: “As a school we’re passionate about the power of music.”
Pupils performed alongside numerous other performers supporting the event, including Britain’s Got Talent star Connie Talbot at the event.
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