The Children Choir who sang in the “We are The World” Brazilian Version to open The Olympics
A group of children from Vila Ipiranga, Niterói community in the Metropolitan Region of Rio who have sang at the end of the official Brazilian remake of “We Are The World” (Um Mundo Bem Melhor) will be singing at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio tonight (Midnight GMT).
They will not sing any music, but the English version of the Olympic Hymn, which was composed of the Greek Spiros Samara and Hostile Palamas for the first Modern Age Games (1896). “We are completing 10 years and was a big present for us,” said Gabriel Ponce, general manager of the MORE Project, an NGO that provides educational and social activities for children in several areas of Niteroi.
“It’s the biggest life opportunity in an unique even and be able to show the world their talent. It’s phenomenal, “he concludes.
The official opening ceremony of the world’s biggest sporting event will take place in Rio de Janeiro from 19h15 on Friday.
Well done to them!
Here the Brazilian version of “We Are The World” with the children Choir at the end of the song: