Penny Bentley in Columbia Primary School, Bethnal Green, London - mid December, 1997
[Letter included in evaluation report to David Burles from Penny Bentley, head teacher Columbia Primary School, dated 17 December 1997]
I am writing to thank you for the trio performance last week. They were brilliant! We greatly enjoyed the range of instruments, the variety of music, and the audience participation. Our children sang lustily. And the performers’ manner with the children was excellent—they were informal, pleasant and respectful—just right!
Thank you for organising it.
Pauline Adams, Christine Richards, David Burles, Ella Haines and Katy Dent, Spitalfields Festival Evaluation Report: 1997-1998 Education and Community Programme, p. 12. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1635792599705 accessed: 22 February, 2024
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|Trio performance of traditional European music
|performed by primary school children, Jan Hendrickse, Clare Salaman, Luke Goss
|mid December, 1997
|in the company of others, indoors, in public
The listening experience occurred at an autumn event in the Spitalfields Festival Education and Community Programme. The trio of musicians-- Jan Hendrickse, Clare Salaman and Luke Goss performed traditional European music in four primary schools. Jan Hendrickse is a multi-instrumentalist, particularly European and Middle eastern flutes and researches woodwind traditions. Clare Salaman plays most string and keyboard instruments from many musical traditions and is founder of The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments.