What do you think about Your Favourite Disney Classics With Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc Children’s Choir November 2018?

Video Credit: SADASS Published on Jul 13, 2009

Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc will delight young audiences with their melodious renditions of catchy Disney tunes in French on Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 November 2018

Licha Stelaus Productions returns with its annual production, bringing you and your family an evening of musical fun this November. The internationally-acclaimed Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc (The Saint Marc Children’s Choir) will perform at the Victoria Concert Hall for two nights only on the 20th and 21st November. Audiences can look forward to beautiful renditions of Disney songs like “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” from The Lion King and even sing-along favourites for the young ones like “Let It Go” from Frozen. With songs performed in French, this is an excellent opportunity to expose children to a foreign language in a very fun way.  

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“Licha Stelaus Productions is proud to present The Saint Marc Children’s Choir to Singapore audiences this November. With our Singapore tours produced annually, we want to ensure that our audiences enjoy only the highest performance standards. Sung by an award-winning choir and performing carefully arranged harmonies of Disney tunes, it will certainly make for a wonderful musical adventure fit for the entire family. Listening to Disney songs in French also provides a unique experience to audiences young and old, allowing them to enjoy the songs they know and love while appreciating them in a different light”, said Richard Chen, CEO of Licha Stelaus Productions.  

Enjoy your favourite Disney songs – in French and English!

In addition to classical songs, the choristers will present several Oscar-winning Disney songs, and Christmas season favourites to Singaporean audiences. The songs sung include “When You Wish Upon A Star” from Pinocchio, "Colours Of The Wind" from Pocahontas, “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” from The Lion King and “Let It Go” from Frozen. While the melodies will certainly be familiar to audiences, the French lyrics add a different dimension in the enjoyment of the repertoires. The songs have been re-arranged with solos and beautiful harmonies to delight adults and children alike.  

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Performed by an internationally-acclaimed French choir 

With a repertoire varying widely from spiritual hymns to classical and contemporary music, The Saint Marc Children’s Choir is a musical delight for all families. Well known for singing in the Academy-award nominated movie “Les Choristes”, the choir from Lyon, France, has garnered an array of achievements in its Portfolio of Excellence. In addition, the choir is the Cultural Ambassador of Lyon and is also part of the French Federation of Little Singers, itself a part of the Fédération Internationale des Pueri Cantores.

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The choristers at The Saint Marc Children’s Choir receive different kinds of training for the repertoires they sing.  Apart from singing lessons, they also study music theory, learn the piano, and a second instrument of their choice. This comprehensive musical education provides all choristers with a deeper understanding of the music they perform, therefore delivering world-class musical and performance standards to their audiences.

Showcasing Singapore’s musical talent

Singapore’s very own Quek Jun Rui, a 16-year-old oboist currently studying at NUS Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, will be lending his musical talents to the performance, with beautiful melodies that harmonise perfectly with the choristers. For the first time, six songs will be performed using an oboe, piano and choral arrangement, showcasing Jun Rui’s musical expertise. 

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31 October 2018
This is just sensational! The kids would love the whole family should go and experience this together.


We believe this concert will be a very special presentation. The Disney songs sung in French will be extraordinary. The video of the children performing looks amazing!
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