Natural talent in woodland concert
STUDENTS made and played their own instruments using material found in a wood during a musical workshop. The joint project with Stour Valley Arts and Music for Change saw more than 100 people descend on King’s Wood, Challock, on Saturday. The performance called Notes from Underground, featured singing and percussion using instruments made from woodland materials. The day also included singing and musical workshops with musician Lucky Mojo and artist Martin Brockman. The participants were students from St John’s School in Gravesend and teenagers from the Kent Refugee Action Network. Director of Stour Valley Arts, Sandra Drew, said: “It was an extremely successful day it was great to see so many people joining in and enjoying themselves.” The project was funded by an Awards for All Lottery grant.
The performers in Notes from Underground