BARNSLEY Youth Choir performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival are drawing rave reviews.
In all, the choir will be performing 14 times during their visit to the world-renowned festival.
Highlight of their stay was the world premiere of ‘A Curving Flower of God’ - a piece written especially for the choir by celebrated composer and conductor, Paul Mealor.
Reviews posted by audiences include: ‘You were amazing when you were last in Edinburgh and even more amazing this time’, ‘A fantastic performance... The best hour we have had at the Fringe’ and ‘An outstanding performance from an exceptional choir of very talented young people. Uplifting and truly insprational.’
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