Recorder players hit right notes - South Cumbria Musical Festival
Last updated at 09:28, Tuesday, 15 April 2014
RESULTS of day five of South Cumbria Musical Festival saw brave pupils take to the stand to perform solos and duets.
Thursday morning entailed classes of Youth Vocal, up to school year 13.
Ann Lampard, who was once again the adjudicator for the festival, selected Daisy Ball of Ulverston to receive the Kenneth Hill Memorial Trophy and SCMF Bursary.
In the afternoon we were joined by Liz Childs, the adjudicator for solos, duets, and trios.
Spokesman Sue Cain said: “Duddon Recorder Group from Millom received a mark of 86 which put them in the commended category.
“The evening session included strings and adult pianoforte classes.
“Molly Moss received a mark of 90 for her cello playing and several other performances in the strings classes received distinctions.
“In the evening we were pleased to welcome three adult competitors in the piano classes, joining us from Preston and Millom.
“Ms Childs commended them all for their performances and the audience was treated to a high standard of music.”
First published at 09:55, Monday, 14 April 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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