MUSICAL youngsters celebrated their talents at a spring concert at a Cradley Heath school.

A host of instrumentalists from stage two at Corngreaves Primary School performed in front of their families and younger pupils.

They showcased whole class ukulele and clarinet playing following a year of tuition and duos and soloists demonstrated their skills on brass and woodwind instruments.

The school’s 50-strong choir, which took part in the Young Voices concert at Birmingham’s NEC, also performed.

Music leader Claire Tibbetts said children were given intensive taster instrument sessions in years three and four and professional individual tuition in years five and six.

“Music is a universal language and we encourage the development of musical prowess,” she added.