Ten Pieces Concert - 27th April 2016

With an audience of parents and regular WCC audience members, students from Farlingaye High School and the Royal College of Music performed works by Ralph Vaughan Williams.

'The Lark Ascending', one of the BBC Ten Pieces for Secondary Schools, was played by Line Faber from the RCM, followed by performances of his 'Six Studies in Folk Song'. by students from Farlingaye School. The concert ended with his 'Romance for Viola and Piano' performed by Bryony Gibson Cornish who will be appearing in the last concert of the 2017 season.

The East Anglian Daily Times report is below.

Tidied newspaper cutting

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   "An absolute joy" was one audience           member's view of the concert.