Young musicians in West Norfolk are getting the chance to improve their playing at a series of free events.
It is open to all primary school students in the area as long as they have been playing an instrument for at least a term and can master a minimum of four notes.
The project is being run by the West Norfolk Academies Trust and the sessions will happen after school during term time at its four schools – Springwood in Gaywood; St Clement’s in Terrington; Smithdon in Hunstanton: and Marshland in West Walton.
“The West Norfolk Academies Trust values music greatly and, indeed, is revolutionising instrumental learning in local primaries through our MITI Musical Instrument Teaching Initiative, with close to 200 primary students now learning across West Norfolk,” said Robin Norman, Director of Music at Springwood.
“However, we believe in the value of ensemble playing for all musicians, so we are now offering free musical ensembles to any primary-aged musicians in the West Norfolk area.”
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