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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

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