TV singing twins encourage Peterborough students to make their dreams come true
Singing sensations Hannah and Naomi (centre) inspire City College students to follow their dreams.
by Paul Grinnell firstname.lastname@example.org
Talented twins who are poised to sing their hearts out in a TV show have taken time out to give hope to Peterborough students.
Singing duo Hannah Moxon and Naomi (19) spent time out of their busy schedule for BBC’s The Voice to greet students at City College Peterborough and inspire them to follow their dreams.
The two, who perform under the stage name Classical Reflection, were selected by Kaiser Chief’s singer, Ricky Wilson, during the blind auditions of The Voice to join his team for the second round of the contest.
Ricky is coaching and mentoring them to prepare them for the battle for a place in the finals.
But Hannah and Naomi spent time at the college and told youngsters how they had turned their passion for music and singing into their dream and share their musical talent with millions.
They encouraged the students to follow their own goals and aspirations which included becoming a mime artist, travelling the world and playing football at a professional level.
Afterwards, the college’s market development manager, Jackie Hall, said: “The students were really excited about meeting Hannah and Naomi and learn more about their experience performing on TV.
“They took the opportunity to get some tips and advice on how they could follow their own personal dream and take photos with the local, singing stars.
She added: “The duo gained some new fans during the visit who will cheer them on when they take the challenge against other contestants during the next few weeks.”