New music centre is something to sing about

Friday 15th February 2019 1:00 pm

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Striking a celebratory chord at the launch event were Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt MP and star pianist Neil Crowley. Picture Katie Hill (HD08-103-19)

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RODBOROUGH School pulled out all the stops last Friday for the grand opening of Milford Music Works headquarters on campus – a new hub both for students and the wider community.

The relocation of the accredited Yamaha Music School founded by Andy Hart and Kate Lidbetter also signals the start of a new creative collaboration and ambitious plans to make Rodborough a centre for music and the arts in South West Surrey.

Special guest at the launch was constituency MP Jeremy Hunt, who said: “I am very impressed by the quality and range of facilities available through Music Works and look forward to seeing Rodborough’s plans develop.”

Headteacher Matthew Armstrong-Harris told guests the school was keen to provide a “first rate performing arts centre” and wanted to build an auditorium for “the whole community”.

For full story, see this week’s Haslemere Herald.


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