Wolverhampton Art Gallery's free Friday lunchtime performances by talented musicians from across the city are back.

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The concerts are organised in partnership with the Wolverhampton Music Education Hub to give young musicians the chance to perform in inspiring spaces away from their schools.

Each show at the Lichfield Street gallery's newly refurbished Georgian Room features a range of music from classical to contemporary - and most stops in between.

The next concert takes place on Friday 24 November and starts at 1.10pm. A flute choir made up of young musicians from Coppice Performing Arts School, Wolverhampton Grammar School, St Peter's Collegiate Academy, Wolverhampton Girls' High School, The King's School, and St Edmund's Catholic Academy will be performing music by Tchaikovsky, Debussy and John Williams.

Further concerts will be taking place on 8 December, 19 January, 2 and 9 February and 23 March.

Councillor John Reynolds, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: "If you are looking for something to do on a lunchtime then come and spend it in the Georgian Room at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

"We have a spectacular programme arranged, where young students from across the city will be singing and playing instruments for your entertainment, for free.

  • released: Thursday 23 November, 2017