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By Tarporley High School - 9th February 2015 6:00am
Tarporley High School Students are set to Perform at Royal Northern College of Music, February 14th.
Budding musicians at Tarporley High School are all set to take part in a Music For Life partnership concert entitled 'Inspire Music' which will see them take to the stage at the world renowned Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in Manchester. The event is a collaboration involving over 130 students from Tarporley High School, Bishop Heber High School, Christleton High School and Neston High School as well as many partner primary schools.
Head of Music Mike Monument said, "This is a fantastic opportunity for our young musicians to play to a large audience at such a high profile venue. It looks set to be a fantastic event!"
Student instrumentalists who are around Grade 3 or 4 or above and play brass, woodwind or string instruments will work alongside professional musicians along with some students who will also take part in singing workshops. In addition to this, The Music for Life Junior Orchestra will also be performing at the event alongside saxophonist Iain Dixon (RNCM) who will join the concert as guest soloist.
Head Teacher Sarah Lee said "We are very proud of our talented musicians here at Tarporley and we wish them lots of luck for this special performance."
The Concert is taking place on Saturday 14th February 2015 at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester at 4:15pm. Tickets are available to purchase via the Royal Northern College of Music website here- £8 Adults and £4 concessions.
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