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Holbeach Primary Academy youngsters showcase musical ability on World Music Day accompanied by professionals in Music Through The Decades summer concert





Young musicians experienced showcasing their talent and performing live with a professional band at a special event.

Holbeach Primary Academy pupils took part in World Music Day in a summer concert called Music Through The Decades.

Youngsters were accompanied during their performances giving them the opportunity to experience the dynamics of performing live music alongside professional musicians.

Youngsters took part in World Music Day at Holbeach Primary Academy. PHOTO: SUBMITTED
Youngsters took part in World Music Day at Holbeach Primary Academy. PHOTO: SUBMITTED

A school spokesman said: “The enthusiasm and energy in the performances was delightful.

“An esteemed panel of judges was present to evaluate the performances, and their task was undeniably challenging given the impressive talent displayed by all the children.

“After much deliberation, the judges announced that Willow and Acer classes had delivered the standout performances of the day, earning them the title of winners for this year’s World Music Day celebrations.”

Pupils got the opportunity to play alongside musicians who accompanied their performances. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Pupils got the opportunity to play alongside musicians who accompanied their performances. PHOTO SUBMITTED

Each class had the chance to perform a piece that they had been practising over the past weeks and the children’s hard work and dedication shone brightly through their performances.

The spokesman continued: “The joy and pride on the faces of the children from Willow and Acer classes were moments to cherish.

“Overall, the day was a resounding success and a marvellous example of the vibrant and creative spirit of our academy community.

“We are immensely proud of all our students for their hard work, enthusiasm, and the sheer joy they brought to this event.”

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