The Xiaoshuijing Farmers’ Choir in the Royal Festival Hall

The Xiaoshuijing Farmers’ Choir had quite a debut in London – as they have never performed in Europe before. They are all farmers in a remote village in China and they don’t speak any Mandarin or English – but they sing the biggest classics! They performed at the Royal Albert Hall as part of a programme organised by the KT Wong Foundation – and this video was commissioned by the strategic advisory consultancy, BLJ London and shot during rehearsals. A shorter version of the film was also published by The Telegraph online.

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