Budding musicians set to take to the stage

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Every March, Snape Maltings Concert Hall rings with the sound of young people at the Celebration of Schools’ Music concerts.

Over the last 30 years, more than 40,000 Suffolk school pupils have taken to the stage.

Next week, 1,400 performers from 35 state-funded schools will perform at the celebration’s 30th anniversary.

On Tuesday, Nayland Primary School will be among performers on the first evening.

On Thursday, Hadleigh Community Primary School will be on stage, as will Pot Kiln Primary School from Great Cornard.

Friday’s concert sees Hadleigh High School perform.

“Next week promises to be an exciting week with lots of variety,” said Lizzie Woods, learning and inclusion manager at Snape Maltings. “The project is a great chance for them to experience the magic of performing on a world-famous stage.