Joseph Calleja meets Joseph Calleja BOV Children’s choir

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Joseph Calleja meets the Joseph Calleja BOV Children’s choirThe 200-strong Joseph Calleja BOV Children’s choir met with Joseph Calleja himself during rehearsals at the Divine Mercy Church in San Pawl tat-Targa on Monday evening.

The Maltese tenor joined the children in rehearsing the Kleinzach song. This was the last time that the choir of little voices, that will be accompanying Joseph Calleja during his much-awaiting concert this Thursday, met at the Chapel.

As from Tuesday 30th July, their rendez-vous becomes the main stage on the Granaries Square in Floriana where everything is falling in place for the big event.

Joseph Calleja thanked the children for their efforts. “You are privileged to gain exposure to different genres at such an early age. This is an opportunity which I never had, and it will serve you well in broadening your horizons as you grow up.”

Joseph Calleja also thanked soprano Gillian Zammit who has taken it upon herself to coach the choir year after year, a task she does with unfailing dedication, and to a degree of impeccable perfection.

Karmenu Vella, the Minister for Tourism congratulated the children for their unique opportunity to accompany Joseph Calleja the world’s most renowned tenor during his concert.

Michael Galea Chief Officer at Bank of Valletta expressed his satisfaction at the professional manner in which the Joseph Calleja BOV Children’s choir is rearing up to the challenge ahead.

Bank of Valletta is the main sponsor of the Joseph Calleja concert which is being organised by NnG promotions on the 1st August and is also the sponsor of the Joseph Calleja BOV Children’s Choir that will be accompanying Joseph Calleja and the other artists, Zucchero, Rebecca Ferguson, Gianluca Bezzina and the DJ duo Tenishia who will also be performing at the concert.

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