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Young Arran musician’s hit all the high notes

The extent of the musical talent on Arran was put on full display at a performance at the Douglas Hotel and at the Arran High School on Monday when the Young Musician of the Year competition took place.

The event, organised by James O’Neil, faculty leader of music, and David Lambert, depute head teacher, was judged by Ronnie Robertson of Kirkintilloch who has a keen ear and more than 30 years experience as a principal teacher of music.

The junior and intermediate competitions took place at the school community theatre, while performers in the advanced category were given the opportunity to perform in front of their peers, parents and teachers in the intimate environment of the Douglas Hotel, which hosted them for the evening.

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