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Beautiful spot for Children in Need 2016

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The Palm House, Sefton Park was the stunning venue for this years North West Choir. Children from Notty Ash, Northcote, Belle Vale, Gilmour, The Resonate Singers and Liverpool Signing Choir came together after CHANT had worked with them in school to learn 'Lean On Me'. Over 200 children performed in what is the highest 'giving moment' of the Children in Need night.

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CHANT does it again!

Working with schools from the Blackpool, Blackburn and Bury areas, CHANT has produced a choir of children over 240 strong to perform at this years Children in Need. Singing 'I'll Stand by You' the children performed live at Blackpool Tower Circus infront of a live audience of fundraisers and  millions of viewers at home.

The children were both entertained by the circus acts and did some entertaining themselves as they warmed up for their big performance. Encouraging audience participation they sang Rather Be and Sing along with 'I Like The Flowers' lead by the Choir Master Dan McDwyer and our Creative Director Sean Ruane.

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Chant Productions are proud to announce they'll provide the North West choir for CiN 2013.

It's a huge honour to be asked back again by the BBC and we're looking forward to engaging a range of schools to prepare them for the evening entertainment.

Joining Sally Johnson, our Vocal Director, a number of vocal practioners from the Royal Northern  College of Music and from Manchester University will help deliver workshops in schools from around Whalley Range and Chorlton in Manchester.

Sally said "It's a a tremendous pleasure to be involved in Children in Need and we can't wait to work with our young singers. Providing opportunities for young people to work alongside the BBC and to perform live on TV makes a huge difference to the singers confidence and self esteem"