Doncaster junior choir record a song to say thank you to pandemic key workers

Rainbow Connection Junior Choir from Doncaster have recorded a song to say thank you to key workers for all their support over Covid19.

Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 3:00 pm

The children are from all different backgrounds and schools and have continued to rehearse over lockdown over Zoom and they decided they wanted to do something positive to thank key workers.

The whole thing was recorded at home and they had to learn a very tricky song.

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Just four of the Rainbow Connection Junior Choir that took part

A spokesman said: “The piecing together took over 30 hours by choirmasters Debbie and Paul Mellors.”

To watch the choir in action visit https://youtu.be/rACPVcF7OI0

For more information, or to get involved, visit https://www.rcchoirs.com/

*Rainbow Connection was founded in 2003 by Paul Mellors and Deborah Mellors with the aim of offering high quality musical training for beginners to professionals. Having spent many years in the industry Paul and Debbie were aware of the void between how music and drama are traditionally taught and what training is needed to have a career in the entertainment industry.

Since its’ conception Rainbow Connection has quickly gained a reputation as a leading private tuition facility. Paul and Debbie’s hard work is now starting to show with a number of students securing places at top colleges and others gaining work in the industry.One of the success stories is ‘The Rainbow Connection Singers’, which started out as a Sunday afternoon get together called the vocal group. Out of lockdown they perform professional shows and are building a repertoire of shows which can be booked for cabaret nights, functions, corporate events etc.

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