Now that the choir has received notice that they have qualified to compete in the World Choir Games - the first British school ever, and one of only fifteen choirs worldwide in their mixed youth choir category - they are coming to terms with the immense task ahead of them. On the fun side, the choir strikes a small committee to design their competition wardrobe. Their new look cannot however mask the problems the choir still faces. Their non-English language song is giving them problems. And the tenors, even two weeks prior to them leaving for China, are holding the choir back. The frayed nerves from the tenor section issue threaten to destroy the choir. One week before they are scheduled to leave, Gareth takes the choir on a mystery team-building weekend to bring the choir back together as a cohesive unit. That weekend still cannot fix the fundamental vocal issue with the tenors. As such, Gareth feels he needs to reevaluate two tenors for the trip. Also one week before their ... Written by
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Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11
Composed by Gabriel Fauré
Performed by Northolt Phoenix Choir See more