In the Media
Y11 student Joanna Asher features on BBC Look East as part of the Norfolk Symphonic Wind Band, ahead of their performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Video taken from BBC Look East twitter feed.
Forget the #XFactor- this is what proper musicianship sounds like.— Mike Liggins (@MikeLiggins) November 13, 2017
Joanna Asher is part of the Norfolk wind band preparing for @musicforyouth proms at Albert Hall and live on @BBCLookEast tonight. pic.twitter.com/URrIHRAq3X
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A selection of films made by CNS media students in conjunction with BBC Voices for the Flintspiration weekend in Norwich, April 2017.
St Peter Mancroft was the main information hub during the Flintspiration weekend. The church was finished in 1450 and is a splendid example of perpendicular architecture. The film was made by City of Norwich School media students Connor, Robert and Ruth in conjunction with BBC Voices.
St Martin-at-Oak is home to the Wharf Academy, which moved to the church in 2012. The Academy offers tuition for piano and singing and the main church hall is used for student showcases and recitals. The film was made by City of Norwich School media students Charlie, Luke and Sarah in conjunction with BBC Voices.
The church of St Gregory lies in the heart of Norwich and is now used as a centre for antiques and collectables. In this film Susan Seddon talks about how it was home to the St Gregory’s orchestra for many years before the 50-60 traders who now use it moved in. The film was made by City of Norwich School media students Aimee, Georgina, Seb and Shanelle in conjunction with BBC Voices.
EDP 24th March 2017