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Youngsters to transform into rock and pop stars at live music event

PUBLISHED: 12:03 14 March 2018

Children learning musical instruments at a previous Trinity on Tour Rock and Pop experience. The event is coming to Norwich's OPEN venue. Picture: SENT IN BY CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS

Children learning musical instruments at a previous Trinity on Tour Rock and Pop experience. The event is coming to Norwich's OPEN venue. Picture: SENT IN BY CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS

SENT IN BY CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS

Children and teenagers will be able to experience life as a rock star at a live music session.

The Trinity on Tour Rock and Pop experience is taking place at OPEN on Norwich’s Bank Plain this afternoon.

It will allow more than 200 students aged 6-16 to learn new songs on a range of instruments.

These include the keyboard, guitar, bass and drums.

The students will learn songs by top artists ranging from Adele, David Bowie and AC/DC to Taylor Swift and Daft Punk.

Trinity on Tour is aimed at introducing children to learning a musical instrument.

It coincides with the newly-launched Rock and Pop 2018 graded exam syllabus by Trinity College London.

Toby Davies, who heads Trinity College London’s rock and pop division, said: “Musical education has so many benefits for children. It enhances aptitude in other areas of development and is linked to concentration, creativity, self-expression, language, cultural awareness, team work and mental health.”


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