Stamford Woodwind Project
Students from across Year 7 at the Stamford Schools have presented a performance of their woodwind project.
The Woodwind Project, which has been running for the last three years, provides students across the Schools the opportunity to try out a selection of woodwind instruments as part of their Year 7 music curriculum.
Students are given the option of four woodwind instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon before choosing their favourite instrument to focus on for the year. They then rehearse an ensemble piece and perform them in the summer concert.
Well done to all students who performed this year:
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