“Congratulations on a wonderful, wonderful project which brought so much joy to so many” Mary Amond O’Brien, Ireland
“Anglo’s students are still buzzing and the parents have been full of praise for the whole event. Please pass our thanks to all involved. A fantastic and emotional event!” Head of Music, Anglo-European School, Ingatestone.
“We loved to see the engagement of all of the children, including those with profound needs, especially their enthusiasm for learning the songs”. A teacher on the World Of Song project, Bromley.
“A big ‘congratulations’ from me for last night’s wonderful and inspiring concert. It was so special to absorb the energy in the RFH last night – you should all be very proud of your achievements” James Eggleston, Head of Publishing, Boosey and Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd, London
“My kids have been buzzing after the concert so thanks so much for everything!“ James Lindsey, Head of Music, Richard’s Lodge, Merton. Read more »
“I was so impressed too, with the young artists. They have always brought so much energy and musical talent to our school visits and the cluster rehearsals. Their attitude is always so professional” Jo Cull, Deputy Head Teacher, Nelson Primary School, London.
“Thank You SO MUCH for yesterday. What a fantastic day and what a fantastic song! I’ve got the ‘pin popping your ego’ hook stuck in my head right now. And thanks so much for inviting Amina, the boys absolutely love working with her and I really hope it helps secure some afterschool numbers”. Hannah McWha, Head of Music, Rokeby School for Boys, Newham.
“Our staff really enjoyed it. So many staff approached SLT in the afternoon to express their appreciation – so once again. Thank you”. Lindsey Gray, Assistant Headlteacher, Gradton Primary School, Dagenham.
“I would like to thank you for coming down to Norfolk again for the World Voice day. It has truly been a privilege for us to have you and Ian working with our teachers”. Ian Cooper, Norwich Music Service.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the 4 days. I learned a wealth of new skills and was able to apply them immediately with excellent results. I feel so much more confident”. Anna Metcalf, Secondary Head of Music. 2015