Treble Tonez fly EC flag high at annual competition

2017-08-09 06:01
; The members of the Westering High School’s Treble Tonez.             Photo:SUPPLIED

; The members of the Westering High School’s Treble Tonez. Photo:SUPPLIED

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THE Westering High School’s Treble Tonez participated in the final round of the annual ATKV Applous Choir Festival on August 3 and made Port Elizabeth proud.

They won the award for overall best performance of an African song for their rendition of Kwela Kwela and received an overall score of 82.26%.

The ATKV Applous is a national competition for school choirs.

It is the oldest school choir competition in South Africa and was hosted for the 40th time this year. The final round of the competition took place at Unisa in Pretoria from August 2 to 5.

The Westering High choir moved to the final round of the competition after winning the provincial round, where the girls won the division for English medium schools.

They have a repertoire in all three languages of the Eastern Cape (English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa).

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