In August, I had received a request via Totally Thames, from Tim Palmer, Senior Lecturer in Music Education at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Tim had seen the Tide Line Thames page on Totally Thames' website and wanted to bring his Post Graduate music students for a site visit to the Brunel installation. When the students visited the installation, I spoke with them about my inspiration and our process of making the work. They returned to the Brunel Tunnel Shaft last week – with flute, piano, guitar, bass and a variety of percussion instruments – to perform a collaborative piece of music they had made in response to Tide Line Thames. Thrilling!