Pupils from Years 3 to 6 in Prep recently had the opportunity to attend 'Our Global Vision' concert for local schools at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
On Tuesday 3rd March, the pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 attended a Schools’ Concert entitled ‘Our Global Vision’ at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The concert was presented by Alasdair Malloy and was performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The programme included different genres of music to empower young people to help save the world.
The concert was really engaging and our pupils learnt a great deal about different ‘Ozones’ and famous ‘Eco-heroes’ from all over the world. They sang and signed a song entitled ‘People Of Tomorrow’ very well indeed.
This is what our Music prefects said about the concert...
"I was excited to go the the concert because my violin teacher, Justin, is in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert was very different to any other concerts that I have been to because they had pictures on a big screen at the back of the hall and it really added to the performance. My favourite piece was 'Sunset' because it was very calming and I really liked the pictures that went with it. It was wonderful to be able to hear the harp clearly and it makes such a magical sound." Jemima, Year 6
"The year the theme of the concert was the environment and our song was about saving it! They played interesting pieces like Vivaldi, Beethoven and more modern composers too. My favourite was when we all stood up and did the penguin dance. I really enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it to everyone." Alice, Year 6
"The Liverpool Philharmonic concert was a great experience for all of the schools that went. The pieces that the orchestra played were well chosen for the message of climate change. The song that all the schools sang was 'People of Tomorrow' which was a great choice. Personally I think that the trip was fantastic and I think all the other schools enjoyed it as well." William, Year 6
"The Philharmonic was a fantastic experience and thought it was a 10 out of 10. I thought it was the right message for the world to not litter or destroy and especially with the climate change. The song that everyone sang was 'People of Tomorrow' which was a great song." Damon, Year 6