Ali and Imran, schoolboys in Redlands Primary School, East End of London - between 4 November, 1997 and 10 December, 1997
from Spitalfields Festival Evaluation Report: 1997-1998 Education and Community Programme:
[Letter from two year-group 5 pupils, Redlands Primary School]
Thank you for coming and helping us to learn music. And showing how to hold sticks, and showing your instruments. You were very kind. Please come and visit us. Thank you for showing us how to perform our composition. I liked the clarinet most because it could make lots of sound. It could make high notes and low notes. It was lovely to listen to. You are great musicians!!!
From Ali and Imran
Pauline Adams, Christine Richards, David Burles, Ella Haines and Katy Dent, Spitalfields Festival Evaluation Report: 1997-1998 Education and Community Programme. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1635796226433 accessed: 30 March, 2023
Listening tohide composers
|educational performances for children learning musical composition||performed by Gemini|
|Date/Time||between 4 November, 1997 and 10 December, 1997|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|
Two performances resulted from the Gemini project at Redlands Primary School: at the school on 10 December and at St George-in-the-East Crypt, Cannon Street Road on 12 December. Gemini worked with 94 pupils over six weekly sessions (4 November – 2 December) plus the two performances.