Nearly 3,000 primary school children from across the North East and Cumbria have performed together at The Sage Gateshead as part of the Big Sing project.
This year was a celebration of the best of the Big Sing, featuring well known songs such as the ‘Eye of the Tiger’, ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ and many more.
Over the past five months, project musicians from The Sage Gateshead have worked in local schools to teach children music skills and offer professional development training to teachers.
Katherine Zeserson, director of learning and participation at The Sage Gateshead said: “We’ve really enjoyed seeing the excitement of the children and hearing their achievements.
"The Big Sing days are always incredibly fun and inspiring for the children and they go away with the confidence to continue singing and develop the music skills they’ve learnt.”
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