Music's bright future

14th February 2003 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Getting into the swing: junior jazzers from Turnfurlong school, Aylesbury, performing at the Primary Proms this week. More than 5,200 London primary schoolchildren tapped along to the concert by eight to 19-year-olds from schools across the south of England at the Royal Albert Hall. The organiser, Music for Youth, hopes the experience will inspire the youngsters to take up an instrument.

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