Imagine concert in Whittlesey will bring together local students and Grand Union Orchestra

PUBLISHED: 10:43 12 March 2017

Imagine concert in Whittlesey will bring together local students and Grand Union Orchestra

Imagine concert in Whittlesey will bring together local students and Grand Union Orchestra

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This spring Whittlesey welcomes Grand Union Orchestra musicians, who will work closely with young musicians from Coates Primary School, Park Lane Primary School, and Sir Harry Smith Community College to explore music stories of land, sea, and myths from around the world.

The concert, titled ‘Imagine’, will take place at Sir Harry Smith Community College on Saturday March 18.

For more information about the concert and how to book tickets, visit www.cppmarketplace.co.uk/whats-on/imagine-whittlesey-concert/

Tickets cost £4 for adults and £1 for children (not including a 10 per cent booking fee).

Starts 6.30pm.

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