CAPE TOWN – Kearsney College in KwaZulu-Natal shared an uplifting performance from their highly decorated all-boys choir.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to apply pressure on the entire country, uplifting spirits and encouraging resilience amongst each other has become vital for getting through these trying times.
With many challenges and performances happening throughout the country and on social media, Kearsney College took to Facebook to share a performance from their choir singing “Hello World (The World is Ours)” by Aloe Blacc with a creative performance put on a show for all.
Kearsney College is a private boarding high school for boys situated in a small town called Botha’s Hill in Kwa-Zulu Natal located between Durban and Pietermaritzburg.
The Kearsney College choir boasts a list of accolades including 15 Gold medals and 7 Silver medals at the World Choir Games (the Olympics for Choirs) between 2000 and 2018 and according to their website currently rank 12th in the world by INTERKULTUR, an organisation that focuses on international choirs and events.
The choir was set to compete at the World Choir Games in Belgium this year, but unfortunately was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, however, the choir continues to share their performances online.
Their most recent performance aimed to uplift spirits, displaying promise and resilience with physical distancing and Hello World (The World is Ours), sees the choir perform with safe physical distancing and wearing necessary personal protective gear.
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