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Pupils from Rutherglen and Cambuslang primary schools were among those who showcased their musical talents at Hamilton Town House.
Organised by the council’s instrumental music service (IMS), the event is now in its fifth year and celebrates the partnership working between pupils, school music departments and the IMS, and to give pupils the chance to perform in a professional standard concert.
The pupils relished the opportunity putting in flawless performances on a range of instruments, including voice.
Cambuslang East councillor Katy Loudon, chair of education resources, gave the vote of thanks at the end of the concert.
She said:“The breadth of talent and ability on display was inspirational. From vocalists, to musicians and ensembles, the audience was treated to a masterclass.
“How proud each family and teacher must be of these young people and their commitment to their craft.
“In fact, this event demonstrated the vital role that instrumental music plays in the development of young people’s creativity and diversity.
“Thanks must also go to the music team and the teachers who nuture and support the pupils and prepare them for this truly unique performance.”
In tune West Coats pupil Calvin Brodie, 10, second from left, was one of the students who showcased their musical talent at a concert in Hamilton