Getting musical at popular city festival

IN TUNE Flautist Laura Baynes, 14, from the Meon Valley in the grade 3-4 category. Picture: Malcolm Wells (14456-8692)

IN TUNE Flautist Laura Baynes, 14, from the Meon Valley in the grade 3-4 category. Picture: Malcolm Wells (14456-8692)

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MORE musicians have been displaying their talents at the Portsmouth Music Festival.

Portsmouth High School played host to the recorder and woodwind part of the festival, which runs throughout the city every year.

Jennie Flatman is one of the section heads at the festival.

She said: ‘The recorder and woodwind sections produced some excellent performances.

‘Throughout the two days, there were some wonderful solos, recitals, ensemble and duet classes.

‘And there was a notable performance from Phoebe Pexton in the Open recital class. This was outstanding and effortless from an exceptional player.

‘There were plenty of younger performers this year too, and it was great to have so many young musicians taking part in their early stages of making music.’

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