Trinity are delighted to be back with Schools Make Music after an enforced absence due to the pandemic allowing children in West Norfolk the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience at the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn and what a night it was!
Some 200 chidren were involved ranging from the very young to senior secondary school students giving the audience the whole gamut of the musical spectrum from singing o playing keyboards,ukuleles, a steel band and glockenspiels to a full wind and percussion orchestra finale.
In addition , Daniel Jenkins, a flautist accompanied by Derek Oldfield on the piano gave short recitals during the interludes
Simon Rowe from Radio West Norfolk ably compered the evening and the whole concert was masterminded as always by our old friend Derek Oldfield who has helped us ever since Schools Make Music started
Even though the virus struck a number of our members at the last moment decimating our planned arrangements with the welcolme assistance of the King's Lynn Club the evening was a success
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