Girls on song at The Gap

Shannon SmithAlbany Advertiser
The Australian Girls Choir performing at The Gap. Pic: Supplied
Camera IconThe Australian Girls Choir performing at The Gap. Pic: Supplied

It was a surreal moment when the Australian Girls Choir sang I Still Call Australia Home at The Gap and Natural Bridge on Sunday.

The spontaneous performance took place while they were visiting Albany on their annual national tour.

Tour director Elise Buhagiar said the 56 members of the prestigious choir came to Albany because they were lucky enough to be hosted by Great Southern Grammar. “With any of our tours we like to have a mix between workshops, performances and sightseeing opportunities, so the sightseeing opportunity took us to the National Anzac Centre as well as The Gap,” she said.

“Being a choir, we love to sing anywhere we go, and we thought that was a very picturesque moment to sing one of our most well-known songs.

“I am sure we had a few people stopping to listen.”

The choir also performed at the Albany Entertainment Centre with 200 local students from local.

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