On Tuesday 2nd April the students of Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools collaborated to perform a spectacular evening of music. There were performances from the Newminster and Chantry steel pan bands, jazz band, ceilidh band, percussion, guitar, vocal, Northumbrian pipes and brass ensembles and nearly 400 pupils took part of these ensembles.
We would like to thank the amazing instrumental staff from Music Partnership North and Jenny Gilberg, the steel pan teacher, for their tuition, guidance and enthusiasm.
Simon Taylor the CEO of the Three Rivers Learning Trust said, “What an excellent evening with lots of students from both schools involved and it was really well attended by parents.”
“Wow! The concert was brilliant tonight. We had a great time. I bet you’re incredibly proud of all of the students. They were so focused. What a great night, thank you,” said a parent.
The pupils invited the residence of East Riding Nursing Home to come to the concert. “Thank you so much for such an amazing night. My residents were in a very happy place as I could see on their smiling faces.” Joan – East Riding Care Home.
Another proud moment across the schools and a massive well done to everyone who was involved.