Young choir set to sing songs of hope

The junior members of the Woden Valley Youth Choir. They will entertain a Boorowa audience at the Songs of Hope concert on April 9 in St Patrick’s Church.

The junior members of the Woden Valley Youth Choir. They will entertain a Boorowa audience at the Songs of Hope concert on April 9 in St Patrick’s Church.

The programme for the Songs of Hope concert on April 9 in St Patrick’s Church will include performances by some inspiring young singers.

It was confirmed this week that one of the groups to perform will comprise the junior members of the famed Woden Valley Youth Choir.

The Woden Valley Youth Choir has been singing since 1969.

Over the decades, WVYC has performed in Australia and overseas at significant events and inspiring venues including appearances before the Queen and Prime Ministers, performing with Opera Australia, touring South Korea and singing for Nelson Mandela in 2000 when he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws.

The Junior Choir consists of young choristers aged between 7 and 11.

They love nothing more than to see the smiles on people’s faces as they bring the joy of music to audiences everywhere.

It is certain that the Boorowa audience will greatly enjoy the contribution of these talented young choristers.

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