A choir from a Waterford City secondary school will be competing at an international choral festival this week.
19 students and three teachers from Mount Sion CBS will depart tomorrow morning for Prague.
The boys who are aged between 12 and 18 will be among 1,000 young people from all over the world at the Young Prague Festival. It runs from Wednesday until Sunday.
Newtown School in Waterford City will also be competing in Prague this week.
The boys from Mount Sion CBS put this rapping medley together themselves:
PLEASE LIKE AND SHAREBest of luck to the biggest boy band Mount Sion has ever known. The boys put this rapping medley together themselves; their passion for music is clear to see here. They head off at 6am tomorrow to start the journey to Prague. Listen in to the Ian Dempsey show on Today FM at 7am to hear Christopher Halligan picking the Kickstarter song. Thanks to everyone for all the support along the way. A special thanks to the teachers in school for all their patience with the rehearsals. Parents, we will take great care of your sons. We will be proud to represent Mount Sion in Prague.
Posted by Mount Sion CBS Secondary School on Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Grace is the first song the choir will sing in Prague:
Please like and share☘☘☘GRACE is the first song our choir will sing in Prague. We adore the simplicity of this love song. Christopher Halligan and Ashleigh Keane capture the beauty and sadness of Grace. Thanks again for all your support and Happy St Patrick's day to you all, home and away.
Posted by Mount Sion CBS Secondary School on Friday, March 16, 2018