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Uploaded on Sep 17, 2010
The Assembly Rooms in Derby was alive with the music of Romeo & Juliet on Wednesday 4 March 2009 as around 80 young people from across Derby joined with Sinfonia Viva, André de Ridder, James Redwood and 1623 theatre company to perform their own version of the classic story.
Young people and their teachers from Becket Primary School, Bemrose Community School, Saint Benedict Catholic School & Performing Arts College and Derby College worked closely with music workshop leader and composer James Redwood and a team of musicians from Sinfonia Viva throughout February 2009 to create original music inspired by both Shakespeare's and Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.