Youngsters use music to bridge generational gap
Budding performers sang for the elderly users of the Waterport Day Centre At the closing ceremony of the ‘New Friends Project’ yesterday.
The students from the Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts [GAMPA] spent six weeks with the day centre users.
The idea behind the New Friends Project is to bridge the generational gap between youngsters and their elders.
The teens performed songs such as ‘Over the Rainbow’ for the elderly women who applauded and appreciated the afternoon’s entertainment.
The 13 students were each awarded a certificate of appreciation from Minister for Social Services Samantha Sacramento.
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