Thousands of students converged on RAC Arena last month for Australia’s biggest children’s choir, One Big Voice. One Big Voice featured about 4000 Year 3-7 WA students across two concerts in Perth, including students from Narrogin, East Narrogin, St Matthew’s and Yealering primary schools. Narrogin PS Year 5 student Sienna Blechynden first attended the festival two years ago, before the annual concert was cancelled last year because of COVID-19. She said her nerves were playing up the night before the event but she loved the experience. “The night before was definitely a little bit nerve racking. Just not having it the year before kind of set you back a little bit because we didn’t do it last year and all of a sudden we’re back,” she said. For Year 6 student, Mateya Browne, it was her first time attending the concert at RAC Arena. “Celebrating what you love to do with the rest of the kids from around the State was a great opportunity,” she said. Fellow Year 6 students Sydney Hardingham and Jade Leeson, found different elements to enjoy in the day. Despite having little room to move her feet, Jade said she enjoyed the dancing. “I liked everyone singing in unison and doing all the actions together,” she said. Sydney enjoyed the music and belting out her favourite song, Moondyne Joe — an original One Big Voice song, written by Jenny Gaunt.