Published Sunday, 03 March 2013
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The Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (CBOI) was set up almost 20 years ago and its Peace Proms initiative brings Catholic and Protestant children from both sides of the border together.
The scheme has worked to teach young people about different cultures and promote tolerance and peace.
During this year's project the choir was joined on stage by pipers and drummers from the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association Northern Ireland branch, as well as Lambeg Drums, Uilleann Pipes and Highland Pipes.
Sharon Treacy founded Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland.
"It takes a huge amount of work form so many people but when you hear the voices of those children all those different backgrounds all singing in perfect harmony in unison... it's perfect," she said.
Fifty-four schools took part in the concert, and Patricia Jordan's daughter is just one of the singers. She described the initiative as "exhausting, exhilarating and extremely exciting".
"It's an incredible experience," explained Patricia, "not only does she get to travel, she meets lots of different people from places that she would never have gone to."