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The Young Singers

The Young Singers

The Young Singers is an auditioned choir made up of Year 5 – 7 children from primary schools across the Tri-borough (Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, and Hammersmith & Fulham), and is run by the Tri-borough Music Hub in partnership with The Bach Choir.

Directed by Sara Cluderay, Vocal Lead with the Tri-borough Music Hub, The Young Singers was formed as a training choir for gifted and talented primary school singers. The Young Singers made their debut at the Royal Festival Hall in June 2014 alongside The Bach Choir and the Philharmonia Orchestra, singing Berlioz's Te Deum and the world premiere of a new work by Jonathan Dove, Psalms For Leo, conducted by David Hill.

The Young Singers were the finale performers for the Music For Youth Primary Prom at the Royal Albert Hall in 2014. They recently sang with The Bach Choir, London Youth Choir and The BBC Singers on a BBC recording of The Angry Planet by Bob Chilcott. The choir sang the children's choruses in Orff's Carmina Burana with The Bach Choir at the Royal Festival Hall in Spring 2015.

In June 2015 The Young Singers sang as part of a chorus of 1000 voices at the Royal Albert Hall, in the world premiere of Seven Seeds by John Barber and Hazel Gould, a partnership project between the Tri-borough Music Hub, Aurora Orchestra, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Albert Hall.