Edinburgh Schools’ Rock Ensemble will be performing live… a gig not to be missed! The gig will feature some talented bands/groups from our Edinburgh Secondary Schools. This event is part of Resonate, a partnership between The City of Edinburgh Instrumental Music Service (IMS) and The Queen’s Hall. IMS currently teaches over 5,000 pupils aged between 8 and 18, in all of Edinburgh’s primary and secondary schools. The Resonate concert series consists of performances from young talented musicians in IMS central bands, orchestras and ensembles, as well as school groups led by their team of experienced instructors, and provides students with the opportunity to perform in a professional music venue to an audience made up of family, friends and those who adore music.
With thanks to The Inches Carr Trust, The Educational Institute of Scotland and Queen’s Hall Members.
Other events in the Resonate series are happening at The Queen’s Hall.
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