Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Winning voices of Sharon, Foundation


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Tongues are still wagging about the level of competition among the schools that participated in the recently-held 2011 School’s Choir Competition, at the gymnasium of the Sir Garfield Sobers Complex.
Thirteen primary schools and three secondary schools sang some soulful numbers all in a bid to cop the coveted title.
But at the end of the night it was Sharon Primary and Christ Church Foundation who were named the victors in the primary and secondary categories respectively.
Sharon rendered a piece called The Spiritual Medley which was a mixture of  old time gospel music. It comprised of a solo from Ronesha Broomes, who won Best Solo. The choristers walked away with Most Dynamic Choir, Best Rendition, Best Arranged Song, and their director Ronald Bullen received the Choir Director’s Award. Christ Church Foundation sang Imagine Me, and engaged the audience in their offering.
St Leonard’s School Choir delivered Edelweiss as crystal clear as the orginal Sound of Music soundtrack. The Barbados Junior Strings was in fine sound. There was a well choreographed performance by Higher Level Dance Group. Myles Gittens and Azizia Clarke also entertained the crowd.


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