Perse student performs for HRH The Prince of Wales
15 Dec 2016
Images courtesy of Mark Amies: Pictured: Eugenie Dalgleish, Tess Jackson, Natasha Barton and Shimmy Osindero
Images courtesy of Mark Amies
Perse student Shimmy Osindero (Lower Sixth) has performed for HRH The Prince of Wales at a special ceremony at Sandringham Royal Estate.
Shimmy performed as part of the Royal College of Music string quartet, at a ceremony held by the Norfolk Constabulary which recognised the long service of police officers, support staff and Special Constables.
Shimmy who played the cello was joined by Old Persean Tess Jackson who plays the violin.
After the ceremony, the four young musicians and the junior department Performance Manager John Mitchell had the opportunity to meet HRH The Prince of Wales who is President of the Royal College of Music.