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Search for young rising stars to perform solo in The Snowman

PUBLISHED: 10:02 21 September 2016 | UPDATED: 10:02 21 September 2016

The Snowman

The Snowman

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The BSO have announced an exciting opportunity for two talented young singers to perform a solo of ‘Walking in the Air’ with the full Orchestra at two special screenings of The Snowman and Paddington Bear’s First Concert this December.

Girls and boys (with treble voices) aged between 8-13 years old are invited to apply to attend auditions as the BSO search for two young rising stars to perform the iconic song from the enchanting flying sequence, ‘Walking in the Air.’

The deadline for applications is Wednesday 5 October 2016 at 5pm. After this deadline, all applicants will be invited to attend a group audition. If they are short-listed, they will attend a solo audition in the afternoon. Auditions will be held on Saturday 15 October 2016, venue to be confirmed.

The Snowman Auditions | Venue: TBC | Saturday 15 October 2016 10am | www.bsolive.com/the-snowman-auditions

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