Stomp - such great ambassadors
On Tuesday, November 10, I was privileged to be in The Royal Albert Hall to attend The Music for Youth Schools Prom 09. and I was thrilled to see Withycombe Primary School perform their energetic Stomp.
On Tuesday, November 10, I was privileged to be in The Royal Albert Hall to attend The Music for Youth Schools Prom 09.
And I was thrilled to see Withycombe Primary School perform their energetic Stomp.
What ambassadors for Exmouth - they were so confident and enthusiastic and seemed to enjoy every moment. They kept the audience in the palm of their hands with their excellent rhythms. They looked very professional in their new tee-shirts.
The overall comments from the young audience were that the Stomp were their favourites.
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Well done, Gill Chalkley, and the band.
A very proud grandparent.
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