On Wednesday 27th April, twelve Year 6 students were lucky enough to visit the Warwick Arts Centre to watch the Halle Orchestra perform. The orchestra was founded in 1858 and was Britain's first fully professional symphony orchestra. The orchestra is made up of a range of string, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments and the children were especially fascinated when a large piano appeared on the stage after the break! Three symphonies were played during the evening from three famous composers: Vaughan Williams, Mozart and Sibelius. The children thoroughly enjoyed the evening and were mesmerised by the beautiful music. The staff at the Arts Centre also commented on how beautifully behaved the children were. Well done Year 6!