Pupils perform at musical showcase
instrumental music tuition through various youth music projects. These projects are funded through Creative Scotland and are an intrinsic link to the wider benefits the children experience through music.
Elaine Duffy, assistant instrumental music co-ordinator, said: “We are very proud of our young musicians who displayed such confidence at the primary showcase. Taking part in this event gives them a platform on which they can showcase their talents as well as the opportunity to experience performing to a large audience.
“Music is such an important part of their young lives and the Instrumental Music Service endeavours to promote creativity and diversity through such events. It also provides the opportunity for the children to enhance links with the wider community and forge partnerships with other school communities, as was seen by the Stonelaw Primaries Cluster Band
“Being involved in music at an early age is highly beneficial in developing new skills and we are enormously pleased with the array of talents showcased at this popular event.’’