We are pleased to report that the fantastic Sing2G7 project is gaining traction and if you haven’t yet heard the single ‘Gee Seven’, written by Sir Tim Rice and sung by our wonderful Chorister pupils, please do have a listen here. The single of Gee Seven is also out now via Right Track Records and is available on all digital platforms.
There are 13,000 young voices signed up so far, across 16 countries, with the figure rising daily. Feedback suggests teachers across the world are very excited to join the ambitious Cornish grassroots programme for children, which aims to put children’s voices at the heart of the 2021 G7 Summit.
Sing2G7, led by volunteers, is inviting young singers across the globe to join Cornwall’s children to deliver a musical message to world leaders. Young singers are being encouraged to learn, sing and share their renditions of Gee Seven, which has been recorded by Truro Cathedral’s 35 boy and girl choristers, who are all pupils at Truro School. Free sheet music, lyrics and other music teaching resources can be downloaded today via www.sing2G7.org.
Organisers hope that by the time the Summit opens in Cornwall on the 11th June 50,000 young singers will have joined the chorus of ‘Gee Seven’ voices learning, singing and sharing their musical message from all around the world.
All resources are free but those who can are invited to contribute to the choristers’ Crowdfunding appeal to raise £5,000 for Unicef’s ‘Give the World a Shot’ Covax campaign.