Thursday, April 29, 2004, the Post reported...

TALENTED school pupils dazzled at their recent Easter concert.

Young musicians from a host of Clydebank secondary schools played to a packed Clydebank Town Hall.

They had spent months auditioning for the concert, and those lucky enough to be selected made up the West Dunbartonshire Orchestra.

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Rosanna Mancini, a music teacher at St Andrew’s High School, revealed the night was a big success.

She told the Post: “The kids rehearsed really hard in the run-up to the play.

“They played a variety of music, including melodies from Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings. It was very well received. All the children worked hard and they all did really well.”

Last month’s concert was watched by parents and teachers from all the schools involved. Local primary pupils also took part after forming a choir.

They impressed the packed audience with a selection of popular melodies.