Students wow at Freedom of the city Liverpool

This week the music department at St Hilda’s CE High School was invited to the Liverpool Town Hall to perform at a special event.

The performance was at The Freedom Roll of Associations and Institutions of the City of Liverpool ceremony.

The ceremony was to celebrate the Citizens Advice Bureaux, as it has just been granted the Freedom of the City in recognition of the free, independent and impartial advice it offers to the citizens of Liverpool.

The Liverpool city centre branch alone currently deals with approximately 35,000 enquiries each year, all offering free and impartial advice.

The girls delighted guests with items such as Handel’s Sonatina in D minor, Flower Duet by Delibes and even a boomwhacker arrangement of Eye of the Tiger!

A Level pupil Anna impressed guests with her masterful performance of The Acrobat on trombone, while GCSE pupil Kate thrilled the crowd with her own composition.

St Hilda’s music department loved its involvement on the day and offered pupils the perfect opportunity to rehearse ahead of the Good Vibrations Summer Concert on Thursday 2 July.

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