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ARENDELLE/MIDWAY — By now you know all the words to Disney's "Frozen," but have you ever belted "Let It Go!" with a talented children's choir while cavorting through an amazing ice castle?
If not, you should at least watch Alex Boye team up with the very talented One Voice Children's Choir and the young Lexi Walker as they take advantage of the proximity to our own Princess Elsa-worthy [ice castle in Midway](<http://www.ksl.com/?sid=28159946 target=>).
You may remember Lexi from her show-stopping rendition of the national anthem before a Real Salt Lake match back in May.
Boye seems to be reprising his character from the Piano Guys' cover of Coldplay's "Paradise," but this time he's the Snow King teaming up with Walker's powerful Snow Princess. The beautiful styling was done by Koko Blush & Co.
According to Boye, the choir arrangement was created and recorded in just one day by Masa Fukuda, the director of the 140-plus members in the One Voice Children's Choir.
For anyone who spends time with kids, Frozen is quickly becoming the soundtrack of our lives — and I can't say I'm mad about it. It's one of my favorite movies of the year and I'm still not sick of the songs. Add a hit Disney track with Boye and the Midway Ice Castles and it's instant magic.