Young musicians amaze audience

Thursday 16th July 2015 09:59 EDT

A group of young talented musicians left the audience in astonishment at their graduation recital after the completion of a four year scholarship programme.

In 2012, forty gifted music students from various borough across London visited City Hall when receiving a scholarship for part of the Mayor's Fund for Young Musicians which was established the previous year.

Students came from different areas, the Harrow students include Geeya Patel and also Dean Ridley who are both aged 10 and attend Heathland School, located in South Harrow, and have a earned scholarships for the bassoon and also the trumpet.

As part of the scholarship, four hours per week of tuition were given to the students, as well as lessons which were part of their curriculum and also a mentor.

Having now completed their scholarship, the students joined once again at the City Hall on Wednesday 1st July to perform an accredited piece to celebrate their accomplishment.

The piece 'Get up On your feet' was composed by Danyal Dhondy, and was performed in front of family & friends.

Also Julian Bliss who is a notable young clarinettist took part in the performance, later giving a speech. 

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