An e-mail from reader Greg B. drew my attention to a performance by the choir of Kearsney College, a boarding school for boys in the Kwazulu-Natal province of South Africa, during the World Choir Games in 2008.
I’ve driven through Botha’s Hill, where the college is situated. Alan Paton, world-famous author of “Cry, the Beloved Country“, retired there, and lived there until his death. However, I wasn’t aware of Kearsney College’s choir. It seems to have come to prominence after I left South Africa.
Thanks, Greg, for bringing that video to our attention.