Sisters from Chatteris show off their harp skills

10:15 24 March 2014

Harp success for Bonnie and Rosie Scott

Harp success for Bonnie and Rosie Scott

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Two sisters from Chatteris have been successful for a second year running in the East Anglian Harp Festival in Norwich.

Bonnie Scott, 11, and Rosie Scott, 8, are keen musicians who astounded judges with their skill.

Bonnie retained her first place crown for the second year in the first class whilst Rosie came second.

They both took first place for the second year in the best composition class.

The adjudicator Brian Davis stated he was astounded at the standard of their composition.

On the previous Saturday Bonnie also won the first prize in the beginners harp class in the Cambridge Music Festival.

Bonnie attends Witchford Village College and Rosie attends Lionel Walden Primary School in Doddington.

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