Ulverston’s Urban Experience

Posted on January 7, 2011

Camerata’s latest Urban Symphony performance took place in the Coronation Hall in Ulverston on 2 December 2010, with music and film created by pupils from Croftlands Junior School.

Built to commemorate the coronation of George V, the hall’s English Renaissance style contains plaster reliefs depicting Britannia, and figures representing the arts.

These were used by the children as inspiration for their piece, but they were unable to persuade their guide for the day to reveal the location of the famous mouse hidden in the plasterwork ceiling.

The performance also depicted events in the hall, such as the Edwardian New Year Ball, and fashion shows, which the youngsters acted out on film with great relish!

Ulverston's Urban Symphony

 

Watch Video about Manchester CamerataWatch a video about the project featuring Camerata’s Amina Hussain and Simon Davies, composer Andy Smith and made by film maker Will Robinson.

Supported by:

Sir John Fisher Foundation

See details of the Baroque in Dresden concert on 2 December 2010 in Ulverston

Read more about Manchester Camerata’s Learning and Participation projects

See more events in Ulverston