Bridgwater students enjoy Indonesian music

Bridgwater Mercury: Bridgwater students enjoy Indonesian music Bridgwater students enjoy Indonesian music

STUDENTS enjoyed a change of rythm as the Bridgwater College Academy theatre stage played host to a variety of Indonesian instruments.

The Indonesian percussion instruments, all handmade in Java, provided a completely new experience for all involved and the response from both staff and students was incredible.

Music teacher Naomi Honour said: “The collection of instruments is called a Gamelan. This features beautifully carved instruments such as metallophones, gongs and xylophones.

“It is enchanting and a magical style of music not to be missed.”

The project was led by Actiontrack Performance Com-pany who stayed for the week ensuring all students could enjoy the opportunity.


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