The Choir meet the Queen

The African Children’s Choir and other performers, including Paul McCartney, Annie and Lionel Ritchie, met Queen Elizabeth II ahead of the Diamond Jubilee Concert outside of Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The BBC posted this short video clip.

You can watch a video of the African Children’s Choir meeting the Queen here, starting at 1:26.

Choir performing SING live at Jubilee

For those of our friends who were unable to watch this on television, here it is!

Introduced by Australian musician Rolph Harris, the African Children’s Choir together with the Common Wealth Band, Sir Andrew-Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow perform “Sing”, the official song of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, live at the fountain outside Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s residence, for her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

“Sing” is unveiled

“Sing” the official song for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee created by Gary Barlow and featuring the African Children’s Choir has been presented to the world. Watch the video below…

Check out photographs of the Choir recording the song in Kenya here

Also, watch the Choir performing “Sing” live outside Buckingham Palace, on June 4, 2012, together with the Commonwealth Band here.

Choir Performs at Life Center