As promised, I wanted to create a special post, all about my experience singing at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday, as part of the Music For Youth Proms.
Along with lots of lovely photos stolen from my friends camera, I'm going to cram a whole day of excitement into one post (wish me luck!).
I spent the majority of the journey down, filling my Facebook Wall with photos and status's expressing my excitement! Outside the building, and we were all finding it impossible to keep our cool, when we saw the size of the venue. There was nothing better than sharing an experience like this, with your best friends!
. After this, we were off for our first rehearsal!
In my little black dress. Dress- New Look.
After our time on stage, I was welling up at the end of it - and so was the majority of the choir. I had tingles as soon as I walked onto the stage, and my big smile never dropped! Our soloists were just amazing, it's fair to say; both of them will be on the West End Stage in the near future! The Deaf choir we sang alongside were brilliant and the emotion they showed when signing, portrayed the music beautifully! At the end of the evening, we sang 'Land of Hope and Glory' while the balloons were released and fireworks set off throughout the venue. It was such an magical experience and thanks to Music For Youth, a memory I will never forget!
So there you have it! I could have selected so many more photos, (the majority of which, we look overly excited on!) but have to leave it there, for the sake of my homework.
Before I sign off, I have to just thank my music school teachers, especially Mr Howell's for all the hard work they put into the choir, and Music For Youth, for allowing us to take part in such a special event!