The gig: BBC proms. The star: You!
H²hOpe: The Water Diviner's Tale - The live performance
After an in depth, two-week residential music camp the successful young singers took to the stage.
As the lights dimmed and the singers entered the Royal Albert Hall's performance stage, the audience saw Rachel Portman and Owen Sheer's creation come to life.
Here are some images from the live performance on August 27th.
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The 40 chosen singers took to the stage to deliver the story on climate change, alongside The Water Diviner
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The Water Diviner felt he had failed his mission to educate the world on climate change - until he met the Lost Children
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It was a hectic two-week residential camp which prepared the young singers for their time on the stage
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The Weather Forecaster only gave messages of doom, until the Lost Children made their promises to help climate change
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As the lights went down the spotlight was on The Water Diviner, who was questioning whether the Lost Children could help him
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All the young singers held centre stage during the performance in the Royal Albert Hall
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As the Weather Forecaster's predictions change, the finale takes place - and the Lost Children promise to help tackle climate change