Students from Mostly Music came together with the choir of St Barbara’s Church, Earlsdon and members of the National Orchestra For All (NOFA) to host a wonderful evening of music.
St Barbara’s Church, Coventry saw ‘Mostly Music’ students unite with members of NOFA, the church band and choir, for a wonderful evening of music.
From the works of Vivaldi to a choral version of Old Mother Hubbard, there was a lovely showcase of talent.
Organiser of the concert Katherine Owen said: “As a music teacher I love giving my students the opportunity to perform.
"I find it really exciting bringing everyone together to play and sing and to give the pupils of whatever age a buzz from making music."
"I chose to support both CLIC Sargent and NOFA because they are both worthwhile charities who support disadvantaged children whatever their circumstances.
"Every child should be given opportunities regardless of their situation.”
Money was raised through a retiring collection and sponsorship of the students taking part, with the total amount to yet be confirmed.
St Barbara’s church will also be donating to CLIC Sargent through a recycling scheme.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Lydia Buckmaster said: “The concert was lovely and it was great to see such a range of talented individuals come together to create such a wonderful set of performances.
"Thank you to Katherine for taking the time to organise such a fantastic event and to everyone who took part.”