A real treat from young musicians
7:25am Friday 22nd March 2013 in Local
CHILDREN hit all the right notes when they took to the stage for the fourth night of Bolton Music Centre Presents.
More than 1,000 people have performed in the shows, which ran from Sunday to last night, supported by 100 staff and volunteers backstage.
Martin Kay, deputy head of Bolton Music Service, said: “We are really proud of our young people who have played and sung during Music Centre Presents 2013.
“It shows what a wealth of talent there is in Bolton and it has been a real pleasure to share in this celebration of their musical achievements.”
Bolton Intermediate Concert Band opened the show by performing music from Gladiator and King Kong, as well as Sway (Quien Sera).
They were followed by Lads A Capella, who sang Some Nights and Come Fly With Me, and three pieces by pupils from Spindle Point Primary School, in Kearsley.
Suzuki Strings played Perpetual Motion and Judas Maccabeus, before Bolton Training Strings Orchestra took to the stage with four pieces.
After an interval, Bolton Youth Clarinet Choir performed Tico Tico, Londonderry Air and Paquito.
Soloist Elizabeth Tonge performed Slavish Fantasie, followed by music by Bolton Youth Choir and Bolton Youth Harmonies.
The concert was closed by Bolton Youth Brass Band, which played Death Or Glory, The Impresario and Bohemian Rhapsody.
Their performance included solo pieces by soprano cornet Thomas Jordan, who performed On With The Motley, and I Dreamed A Dream by vocal soloist Amy Churchman
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