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Tygerberg kids choir needs your help to get to the World Choir Games

Written by: Zanele Zama

The Tygerberg Children's Choir is pleading for donations for some six of their members so they can participate in the World Choir Games.

The choirs consist of 81 members and the Choir Games are taking place in Tshwane from 4 to 14 July.

It's about 345 choirs descending on Tshwane and close to 20 000 participants from all over the world.

Jeremy Fortune, Board member Tygerberg Children's Choir 

The choir consists of 81 members. It ranges from 10 to 13. It reaches the grade 8, grade 9 and the rest of the choir.

Jeremy Fortune, Board member Tygerberg Children's Choir 

If you are willing to help fund the 6 children contact Tygerberg Children's Choir on:

admin@tcc.co.za

Chairman: 082 490 0924


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Tygerberg kids choir needs your help to get to the World Choir Games




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