SCHOOLCHILDREN in Pinner were making beautiful music together for their performance in the village's annual musical extravaganza.
Grimsdyke First and Middle School, in Sylvia Avenue, had a range of musicians and singers take to the stage on the evening of Wednesday last week as part of the Pinner Music Festival.
Forty three years after it started, the five-day event is now an annual occassion which features perfomances from choirs, orchestras individual and musicians.
Michael Turvey, director of the music festival, said part way through the week: "More than 1,000 people will have attended by the end of the week.
"The last night is completely booked out. The best part of the festival is seeing all the concerts come to form."
Highlights of Wednesday's concert included a performance of Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto by Benjamin Grosvenor, a former winner of the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition.
The festival ran from Tuesday last week until Saturday at Pinner Parish Church in Church Lane.
Any proceeds from the event will be donated to the Association for the Blind charity.