Hundreds of pupils take part in music celebration

Pupils from schools across North Somerset performing at the Colston Hall.

Pupils from schools across North Somerset performing at the Colston Hall. - Credit: Archant

More than 600 children from primary schools across North Somerset took part in a celebration of music at Bristol’s Colston Hall.

Pupils from schools across North Somerset performing at the Colston Hall.

Pupils from schools across North Somerset performing at the Colston Hall. - Credit: Archant

The pupils gathered for the 42nd annual Music Association of Woodspring Schools Concert and this year’s theme was songs and music related to books and literature.

A choir of more than 350 children performed on the day, supported by dancers and three instrumental groups – a string orchestra, a wind band and guitar ensemble.

Schools from Clevedon, Backwell, Portishead, Nailsea, Pill, Claverham, Long Ashton and Portbury took part on April 3.


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