Schoolboys from the City of London School play string instruments during a public performance of classical music. The young orchestra is performing at St. James Garlickhythe, a city of London church redesigned by Sir Christopher Wren after its destruction in 1666. Showing great concentration and passion for their music, the violinists and cellists play with great skill for such young players. We see their copyrighted sheet music attached to the stands, guiding them through the classical pieces listened to by an unseen audience. There is a slight blurring to arms and hands as their bows pass over the bridges of their instruments.