Schools Make Music

PUBLISHED: 11:55 05 May 2006 | UPDATED: 21:51 28 May 2010

THE annual Schools Make Music event, held in the Cromwell College sports hall, brings together seven local schools involving some 200 children, who entertain parents and friends, each school providing items of their own choice. Some bring along a choir,

THE annual Schools Make Music event, held in the Cromwell College sports hall, brings together seven local schools involving some 200 children, who entertain parents and friends, each school providing items of their own choice. Some bring along a choir, some with soloists, and their are several instrumental pieces, and this year there were some innovative pieces, including a samba band and hand chimes.

Paul Villeneuve conducted the proceedings and the Cromwell School Orchestra, who as well as playing their own pieces, played three combined items, when all 200 children sang together. Cromwell pupils Haylie Mason and Freya Robinson each performed singing solos.

The event draws together the largest indoor audience of the year with more than 400 parents attending. The events was organised by Chatteris Rotary Club.

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