We were lucky enough to be visited by BSO Resound today. Developed as part of BSO Participate's Change Makers project, BSO Resound is a professional ensemble made up of disabled musicians. Under the baton of conductor James Rose, the ensemble treated us to some wonderful classical music this afternoon. The children were spellbound by the sounds of the flute, cello, percussion, violin, linnstrument and clarinet - all expertly led by James. The musicians answered our questions about their instruments, how they experience music and how it feels to play in front of huge audiences. During music lessons this week we have learnt about the ensemble and had some great conversations about what it means to have a disability. Resound have inspired Longfleeters because they are proof that you can overcome barriers in life and that by working hard you can achieve your goals and aspirations. Thank you Resound. We were not all able to fit in the hall to listen this time so please come back and play for us again!