In GCF’s first large-scale education project, we bring together pupils from Anniesland Primary School and St Mungo’s RC Primary School to work together throughout September. With guidance from a team of professional music educators, the students will write music and lyrics as they explore the history and themes surrounding Mozart’s Requiem. This allows them to learn about the creative process – and the importance of heritage and culture – as they devise a new work for this free performance in the cathedral.
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