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The Big Sing hits the small screen on 27 December
Just in time for post-Christmas relaxation, Māori Television premieres its exclusive 13-part series of The Big Sing 2015 Finale on 27 December at 7.30pm.
 
Over 24 schools and 800 students competed in The Big Sing 2015 Finale,
and Māori Television went behind-the-scenes to talk to the participants.
Through interviews with students, conductors, adjudicators and the public
the show captures the nerves, excitement and drama as they prepare themselves for the choral event of the year.
 
The 2015 adjudicators were Judy Bellingham and Tānemahuta Gray from
New Zealand, with Michael Fulcher from Melbourne and Carl Crossin from Adelaide.
 
Follow the excitement as the performances unfold on the small screen at
the grand finale in Wellington’s Michael Fowler Centre.
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