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HSD Pupils Hit The Right Note At Rotary Music Competition

HSD Pupils Hit The Right Note At Rotary Music Competition. Pupils receiving and being presented awards for the Rotary Music Competition at front of stage .

Pupils from the High School of Dundee showed musical mastery as they scooped top awards at the Rotary Young Musician District 1010 Competition final on Saturday!

HSD Pupils Hit the Right Note at Rotary Music Competition
The event brought together talented young musicians from all over rotary district 1010 – which stretches from the River Forth up to the Shetlands and Outer Hebrides – to compete in various musical categories.

Cameron Brown was declared the winner of the vocal category, with Harry Yin claiming the runner-up spot in the instrumental category.

Emily Hough (accompanied on the pipes by Hamish Lowrie) and Beth Rieu-Clark also gave impressive performances and, with four competitors, HSD had more pupils taking part than any other school.

Cameron and Harry will now go through to the Regional Final, for competitors across all of Scotland, at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland at the end of March.

Well done to all of the pupils, and their teachers who helped prepare them for the event!

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