After having passed the audition for the choir to perform at the Music for Youth event at the Royal Albert Hall, Gareth wants to inspire the boys and takes them to listen to and rehearse with Cambridge University's King's College Choir, arguably one of the best and oldest boy's choirs in all of England. Gareth also has some decisions to make, namely what to perform at the Royal Albert Hall. To show the diversity of the choir, he decides on one classical piece - "Ombra Mai Fu", their audition piece - and one popular piece, "Stand By Me", in which he intends on showcasing not only the boy's choir, but also the teacher's choir and the school rappers. Also with "Stand By Me", he decides to have a soloist from within the boy's choir perform. Gareth holds auditions in the presence of head teacher, Paul Craven, and head of music teacher, Helen Collins - the successful boy chosen for his ability to sing alone in front of a large and music-knowledgeable audience. Beyond the enormity of the ... Written by
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Ombra Mai Fu
Written by George Frideric Handel
Performed by Lancaster School Choir See more