On Friday 18th March, Ashby schools came together, at Ivanhoe College for the annual Liaison Concert. This year the theme was the 'Rhythm of Life' and as usual the standard of the performances given by all of the students was outstanding. Students performed such a wide genre of music from show tunes, disco classics and movie themes, it really was a spectacular evening.
As well as choirs and orchestras from Ivanhoe and Ashby School, we were delighted to welcome choirs from four of our feeder Ashby primary schools; Willesley Primary School, Ashby C of E Primary School, Woodcote Primary School and Hilltop Primary School. It was fantastic to see their enthusiasm for the event.
The Liaison Concert is so important as not only is it helping to keep the tradition of musical excellence alive in Ashby, but it also provides inspiration for the primary students for what they can achieve when thy come to Secondary School and beyond.
A huge thank you to everyone who helped make the event a success, the teachers from all of the schools involved, the students and their families and also to the wonderful Stage Hand Team at Ivanhoe.
Please also enjoy this performance of 'The Rhythm of Life' performed by all of our students involved in the Concert.
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