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11 December 2018

Last month, Love Walk residents had the opportunity to participate in a music workshop at the Horniman Museum. The group were greeted in the Education Centre with coffee and biscuits before beginning a hands-on music session.

Residents were introduced to, and had the chance to, play various musical instruments from around the world. The group then toured the music galleries before listening to a live clarinet and viola concert, during which the musicians talked about their instruments and different styles of music from Baroque through to the Romantic movement.

Everyone agreed it was an absolutely fascinating and educational afternoon!


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