Pupils sing with Britain's Got Talent finalist Connie Talbot
Children from local primary schools will be performing alongside Britain's Got Talent finalist Connie Talbot at a concert tomorrow.
Choirs from High Littleton Church of England Primary School and Longvernal Primary School in Midsomer Norton will be accompanying the 12-year-old singer when they perform alongside the world famous African Children's Choir at The Forum in Bath.
Connie, who attracted international attention when as a six-year-old she performed Eva Cassidy's Somewhere over the Rainbow on the TV talent contest will be taking part in the performance to raise money for children in Africa.
The two schools have been selected to take part in the prestigious concert after taking part in the Young Voices Choir concerts.
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Teacher Lisa Tunstall from High Littleton said: "On the back of our Young Voices Choir last year, High Littleton School is extremely proud to have been asked to join the African Children's Choir on stage."
During the evening they will be singing two songs on their own and also sharing the stage with the African choir to sing Nkosi Sikelele, the South African national anthem, and also Sing, written by Gary Barlow.
Connie, who is an ambassador for the choir, said: "The African Children's Choir are my friends, so performing with them is fantastic.
"I cannot wait to get back on stage with them in Bath.
"People love them wherever they go and I just love singing with them."
The young performers will be on stage from 7.30pm tomorrow.
For more information about the concert visit www.african childrenschoir.org.uk or call the box office on 0844 888 9991.