LOCAL school children are set to star in two special concerts with Barazina Youth Choir, headlined by the world famous African Children’s Choir.
Audiences are in for a treat as the Millennium Forum plays host on Tuesday, April 8 and Saturday, April 12, to talented children from both here in Northern Ireland and Africa, performing together for the first time ever.
Inspiration for the choirs combining for two special concerts came from local talented Ballymoney lady, Denise Rosborough, Creative Director of the North Coast based Barazina Youth Choir.
Denise said, “It is great to see the excitement of all the children about being involved in this special event with the African Children’s Choir in the Millennium Forum. I travel around all the different schools and there’s a great buzz.”
The former teacher added, “The songs are very lively and energetic and we are all really looking forward to performing together. We are also launching the exciting new Barazina CD, with our own songs and lively performances which will act as a great resource for others. It promises to be two unforgettable nights in the Maiden City.”
Barazina began in 2011 and involves 75 young people from over 30 different schools.