Vision Choir

Featuring volunteers from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies, the Vision Choir was originally founded in December 2012 to record the song “Keep The Flame Alive” by Phil Scotton with music by Mark Champion.

Since then Vision has gone from strength to strength and is now performs a repertoire of music across the capital and beyond. The Choir features both experienced choral singers and new vocalists, and is comprised solely of volunteer performers from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic ceremonies.

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The Vision Choir – February 2013

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Vision’s inaugural get together on the River Thames Victoria Embankment

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Vision Dancers rehearsing “Keep The Flame Alive”

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Commuters at St Pancras Station had a pleasant surprise in April 2013 when they found the station buzzing with Olympic drummers, community singers and ukulele players, for the official media launch of ‘Our Big Gig – Together through Music’ in London – the launch aimed to further spread the word on the opportunities available for local communities to get involved.

Vision rehearse weekly in central London and for more information please see their official web site at www.visionmusic.org.uk