Students from Devonport High School For Girls applied their creative music skills, working with music students from Plymouth University on Holocaust Memorial Day, January 27th, 2015.
The project, run by Plymouth Music Education Hub, is in its fourth year. The students worked together at the university to create soundscapes reflecting the theme of the day which, this year is , ‘Keeping The Memories Alive’.
Barrie Mills, Leadership Associate, Music for PMEH said:
'This is a well-established project which always produces some very moving and thought-provoking compositions.'
The students had the opportunity to play their compositions to the Lord Mayor of Plymouth and other distinguished guests during the day. You can listen to a sample of their compositions at Group 1 Holocaust soundscape