Our school had the incredible opportunity to be apart of the Benjamin Britten centenary celebrations. The Opera, Noyyes Floode (Noah’s Flood) written by Britten which was performed in Worcester Cathedral in collaboration with the English String Orchestra. Northwick Manor Primary was one of the three city schools invited to take part in the event.
All children from Years 5 & 6 were invited to perform as birds in the Cathedral. We were delighted to welcome the world renowned Deborah Cohen from the Welsh National Opera to our school who lead the initial rehearsal. Two of our pupils who excel in dance choreographed and performed solo parts during the performance.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and we would like to thank staff and all the helpers who made this possible.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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