The UK Choir Festival, described as one of the most "awe-inspiring" in the world, is heading to York.

Choristers will descend on St Olave's School, on Queen Anne's Road, on May 25-26, to participate in the event with learning and music making at its heart.

The festival is all-inclusive, welcoming all types of choirs, including community, gospel, barbershop, a cappella, youth choirs and choral societies.

It was created to support, train and bring choirs together and is a non-competitive event.

Producer Russell Scott said: "I am thrilled the festival has been so popular and so life-changing to singers from all walks of life across the UK."


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