10,000 male-voices sing together with some of Wales’ favourite performers including Tom Jones, Dame Gwyneth Jones and Dennis O’Neil.
10,000 voices once again at Cardiff Arms Park, but this time with Wales’ much-treasured star and performer Dame Shirley Bassey.
6,500 mixed voice singers from around the globe came together at Lansdowne Road Stadium in Ireland. In attendance was honoured guest and Irish President, Mary Robinson.
First children’s choir concert at The Point, Dublin.
1,500 voices to perform in front of Pope John Paul II.
Young Voices Concerts in Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham and Belfast.
Tribute to Bishop Desmond Tutu took place as part of the celebrations for the Living South Africa Memorial, at the Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa.
6,846 children from 159 schools sang in unison at Manchester Evening News Arena.
Largest simultaneous sing-along, 83,637 participants from hundreds of schools across the UK singing “Tell Me Why”.
Largest simultaneous sing-along, 293,978 participants at 1,616 locations throughout the UK singing “Lean on Me”.
Full capacity sell-out concerts at The O2, London.
Children from across the city came together to sing as one in the Cape Town City Hall.
Created for the primary purpose of advancing the education of children by developing their skills and understanding of music and singing as well as supporting the teachers and other providers of education in this field.
Most backing singers to one vocalist with Connie Talbot at The O2, London.
Spreading the love of YV with concerts in major cities acrosss the globe.
Over 275,000 attend the YV 20th Anniversary Concerts.
YV CEO, Ben Lewis is awarded the Key to The O2 and dedicates the achievement to all the amazing Young Voices Teachers.
Full capacity sell-out concert at The SSE Arena, Wembley, London.
'Young Voices surpass Take That's record of 46 shows at Manchester Arena. The largest school choir in the world performed their 49th concert at Manchester Arena, which is the most by any group in the venue’s 25 year history.'
The O2, London
'Young Voices largest children’s choir concerts in the world, has returned to The O2 this month and will celebrate its one millionth visitor and 60th show at The O2, which is more shows than Adele, Ed Sheeran and Take That combined.'