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‘Primary school children and elderly people and thier carers, they were connecting together as they were learning to sing, and the more they did the more thier faces broke into smiles’ - Dr Richard Vincent

‘Music and kids, especially combining the two together - a winning combination’ - Tom Niedzialkowski, Activities Co ordinator Sunrise Care Home

'Music bridging the generation gap with ease'


'The Intergenerational Opera project has been a highlight for both schools in the Bluebell Federation not just for our children but for our parents and our wider communities. There is no better way to connect the different generations than through music and Intergen Opera do this with ease.' - Mrs Petrina Ferris,  Head Teacher: Bluebell Federation                                                                     


'Thank you so much for bringing this project to Lewes and giving me the opportunity to offer such a wonderful experience to the patients and families I work with.' - Julie Barnett, Lewes and District Dementia Action Alliance                                                      

'Thank you for giving us such a happy and memorable experience, it was a joy to work with you and learn so much. Many, many thanks!' - Participants, Fletching project

'I really enjoyed the whole experience, it was so lovely to see the residents and children interacting, singing and getting to know each other. The final performance on Friday was wonderful and quite emotional as well. To see residents so fully engaged and focused, made my day.' - Caroline Pulleyn, General Manager, Hazel Lodge Care Home 

'I was so impressed with the concept of the Intergenerational Opera project but seeing it in practice and participating as a teacher as well was so wonderful and I would love to do it again! I wish every school child could be involved with the Intergenerational Opera project.' Andrea Uphus, Teacher: Ringmer Primary and Nursery School


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