Santa Claus and The Sydney Philharmonia Choir Spread Christmas Cheer on top of the Sydney Harbour Br

This morning, 10 singers from the Sydney Philharmonia Choir climbed to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to sing Christmas Carols for all of Sydney and its surrounds.

Santa Claus took a short break from his busy Christmas schedule, lending a festive hand as conductor for the choir group.

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No stranger to heights or spectacular views, Santa ascended the famous steel arches to the summit where he joined the choir, 134 metres above the sparkling harbour to spread Christmas cheer for all to hear.

They sang three well know Christmas Carols; 'O Come, All Ye Faithful', ‘Deck the Halls’ and 'Hallelujah'; from the concert of Handel’s Messiah, which The Sydney Philharmonia Choir are performing in late December.

Watch the special performance here: