Hundreds of young musicians to compete at festival
THE methodist church is gearing up for its next Music Festival.
It will see hundreds of young musicians competing in dozens of classes.
Last year's festival was the biggest yet and organisers are hoping it will keep growing.
This year's judges will include Christina Thompson, who has spent much of career in Germany as a horn player. Since 1984, Ms Thompson has played with chamber orchestras and taught at Harrow and the Purcell School.
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She now works at the Ripon Choir School, Ampleforth College and Hurworth House School.
Ms Thompson will be joined by conductor Steven Roberts and soprano Vivien Pike.
Children's entries have now closed but adult choirs can enter until Friday, March 1.
The main festival will be held from Friday, January 18, to Saturday, February 2.
There will be a celebration concert for many of the musicians taking part on Saturday, March 2.
Adult choirs will compete on Saturday, May 11. Visit www. cottingham-methodist. org.uk for details.