Children learn about the joy of music at school concert and workshop
- Credit: SUPPLIED BY THE INSPIRATION TRUST
Youngsters had a hands-on experience with musical instruments during a special concert visit.
The Norfolk Music Hub held a live music workshop and put on a concert at the Charles Darwin Primary School on Rose Lane, Norwich.
They performed pieces from across musical history, from classical composers such as Vivaldi and Dvorak up to hits by popstar Ed Sheeran and the Doctor Who theme.
During the concert the musicians introduced children to their instruments, which included cello, violin, saxophone, and flute.
The visit was organised by Inspiration Trust director of music John Stephens as part of Norfolk Music Hub's Live Music Week.
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Jo Brown, Charles Darwin Primary principal, said: 'The children really loved the concert, and it was a great opportunity for them to learn about the different instruments and the history of music.'
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