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NoteAble Numbers Triumph
Sat 24th Mar 2012 - 0:37

Manchester Camerata's Learning project NoteAble Numbers reached its exciting climax on Friday 23 March 2012 at the Royal Northern College of Music.  Sponsored by Bank of America, the project was designed to be used across primary, secondary and further education levels to promote a greater awareness of numbers and to create a new piece music.

    

The NoteAble numbers project saw pupils from primary and secondary schools across the North West of England take part in music making workshop based on numbers.

 
Pupils from Rochdale VI Form College, Catholic High School, Chester and Oldham VI Form College then worked with composer Kate Pearson and Camerata musicians to develop the music and create a final piece of music.

The team from Manchester Camerata included composer Kate Pearson, Bassoonist Ben Hudson, Percussionist Janet Fulton, and Trumpeter Helen Quayle. The whole team, plus the the schools involved came together at the RNCM to perform the new music on Friday 23 March 2012!

This project, sponsored by Bank of America, was designed to be used across primary, secondary and further education levels to promote a greater awareness of numbers and to create a new piece music.
 
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Read about the Primary School part of the project

Discover how the Secondary Schools took the project on

More about Manchester Camerata's Learning Projects

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