Yet again, the choir of Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary School have made their teachers and parents incredibly proud. Taking part in the Key Change Concert on Saturday 1st February at the Bourne Corn Exchange, was a great highlight of the year so far for the choir, joining with many other performers from schools around Bourne, both Primary and Secondary. Nervous at first to see such a large audience, they soon rose to the occasion and wowed everyone watching with their fabulous renditions of Shotgun by George Ezra and a Disney medley from Tarzan and Brother Bear. Singing with amazing energy, accuracy, actions and wonderful harmonies, they brought a smile (and a few happy tears) to their family members watching. Alongside this fabulous choir were two equally courageous soloists, performing individual pieces, both unaccompanied. Firstly, Emily Cooper, who played Hallow’een on the violin, with beautiful pace, an even tone and accurate tuning. Secondly Alfred Kendon-Furtado, who dazzled the audience with his Rumba Toccata, by Paul Harvey on the keyboard, showing incredible dexterity and beautiful musicality with this very fast show composition. Well done to all of the children who took part along with heartfelt thanks to our parents for their constant support and David Bailey for organising this wonderful opportunity to showcase the incredible talent of Bourne!