Nothing was going to blow this school band practice off-course – not even a global pandemic.
Each member plays in a Covid-safe tent, with just enough room for their sax, horn or trombone and a music stand.
The zip-up bubbles have transparent panels so the pupils can still see the conductor, and their 35-minute sessions go ahead as normal….almost.
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