TO conclude the school's summer term at The Hospital of St Cross, music performances were given by pupils from St Faith's Church of England Primary School and Peter Symonds College, as part of the successful Perfect Pitch lunchtime concert series.

The young children from St Faith's, encouraged by their headteacher Richard Fountain, gave enthusiastic performances on a range of instruments, in a variety of styles, which concluded with some songs by their newly formed choir, The St Faith's Singers. 

The children's enjoyment shone through in these early music makers and this was rewarded by school staff, in arranging for their attendance the following week, to hear Peter Symonds College students perform the following week. 

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Peter Symonds College (Image: Contributed)

The sixth form students gave mature and very polished performances of works for brass ensemble, oboe quartet and piano trio. Nearly 100 people attended this concert, which connected youngsters just starting out on their musical journey, with those who already have great musical potential. 

Pitch Perfect concerts lead the way for young musicians.

Perfect Pitch concerts are free to attend, each Thursday at 12.30pm until October 31.

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Review by Graham Davies