Students shine at Music Festival

Thousands of school children from across Liverpool joined together for a unique singing event.

Resonate, Liverpool’s Music Hub which provides music education for hundreds of pupils across schools in the city, hosted a unique singing celebration at the newly refurbished Philharmonic Hall this week.

The 4th Passion for Music Festival week began with 1,300 young people performing at a spectacular concert in front of headteachers, parents, pupils, dignitaries and businesses from across the city.

Primary schools in attendance included Belle Vale, All Saints and Whitefield, while secondary schools Notre Dame Catholic College and St Julie’s also took part in the music festival.

Jonathan Dickson, head of service at Resonate, says: “It was a really special opportunity for the children to perform in such fine surroundings, something we know Liverpool’s young people relish.

“We’ve been really excited about it and it is the culmination of so much hard work by so many people… it was a fitting end to the academic year.”

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