It was confirmed that culture in Caistor is in safe hands when the Arts and Heritage Centre, well known throughout Lincolnshire for the quality of its art exhibitions, staged a concert by the young musicians of the town.
The quality of the music didn’t let any standards slip, even though some of the instruments were bigger than some of the performers.
The audience were treated to a varied programme ranging from Bach to the Beatles.
Ailsa McTernan’s beautiful soprano voice followed the youngest performer, Isaac Cornell’s original version of ‘When I’m Sixty Four’ and next to perform was Molly Johnson playing ‘Lazy Rag’ on the violin.
But it was impossible to single out any one performer as they all played as if they had been born with a cello or violin in their hands.
Many of the musicians will be returning to give short lunchtime concerts in the gallery at the centre starting in the next few weeks.