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Over 300 young singers perform new work celebrating Rugby


Come along and enjoy the fun on Sunday 20 September!


As part of the Pitch Perfect Festival during the opening weekend of Rugby World Cup 2015, SoundCity is running a music performance stage in Brighton’s New Road.


300 young singers from Brighton & Hove schools, together with local composer James Redwood, have composed a new piece which will be given its first performance as part of a day of youth and community music making featuring musicians and bands from across the City.



Acts performing will include Unified Rhythm, Shannon Dixon, The Wildest Way, Brighton & Hove Youth Percussion Ensemble, Alternate Function, 'Shining Brighter': Brighton & Hove Schools Rugby World Cup Massed Choirs, Drive Up Jazz, Daniel Wakeford, Beat Express and Brighton & Hove Youth Big Band.  Brighton & Hove Youth Percussion Ensemble and Brighton & Hove Youth Big Band. Live music can be heard in New Road from 12.15 – 6.15pm on Sunday 20 September.


Performances start on the stage in New Road at 12.15 and will continue until 6.15pm.


For the full line up and more information about the Festival, please visit Pitch Perfect Festival

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