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Top School Singers in More 101.1 FM's Christmas Choir Competition

Children from around the Philadelphia region sang their hearts out this holiday season for a place in this year's More 101.1 FM Christmas Choir competition.

NBC10 partnered with More FM to unveil the Top 3 choirs in the Kindergarten to 8th Grade category.

The students of Haverford Middle School's 7th Heaven choir took home first place with their rendition of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Cristmas." The top student singer's are led by choral director Jacqueline Langley. Enjoy!

Sounds of 1st Place Haverford Middle School ChoirSounds of 1st Place Haverford Middle School ChoirThe winner in the More 101 FM Christmas Choir Competition goes to Haverford Middle School's performance of the classic "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." (Published Friday, Dec. 18, 2015)

Music director Jason Leigh's Poquessing Select Choir from Poquessing Middle School in Feasterville, Bucks County took home second prize by belting out a Spanish carol called "Riu, Riu Chiu." Enjoy!

Sounds From Poquessing Select ChoirSounds From Poquessing Select ChoirIt is a holiday tradition in the area, and the second place winner this year in the More 101 FM Christmas Choir Competition, is the Poquessing Select Choir from Poquessing Middle School in Feasterville. (Published Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015)

The 40 or so 4th to 7th graders making up Wilbur Watts Intermediate School in Burlington, New Jersey led by music director Andrew Lesser finished 3rd in this year's competition with "a Holiday Invitation," a song that took months to prepare. Enjoy.

3rd Place Youth Christmas Choir - Wilbur Watts School3rd Place Youth Christmas Choir - Wilbur Watts SchoolCongrats to music director Andrew Lesser and the students of Wilbur Watts Intermediate School in Burlington, New Jersey in finishing third in the More 101.1 FM Christmas Choir Competition. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015)

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