The Senior Chamber Choir of Sedbergh Prep School toured the colleges and historic sites of Oxford University and Blenheim Palace last weekend, performing two concerts of Sacred and Secular works to appreciative audiences.
An unusual approach has been taken to one of the world’s best-known plays by a school drama department. A cast of mainly 12 and 13-year-olds have rehearsed for months to perfect a performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet – Bollywood style!
Five pupils from Foremarke Hall have been awarded places in national musical organisations and a further two have gained places in Associate Regional Orchestras after demonstrating their outstanding abilities at audition.
Our Speech and Drama pupils went to Bath in March to perform at the Mid-Somerset Festival, a competition where each pupil individually performs alongside others from different schools in the same year group.
A new production by Chris Blackwood and Piers Chater-Robinson performed for the first time ever.
KHS boys, under the direction of the Head of Music, Phillipa Watkins, performed the world premiere of a new production “Tails of Hamelin”.
On Thursday 8th February, pupils from Winterfold School in Chaddesley Corbett held their first Music Makers’ Concert which was a great opportunity for all children in Pre-Prep to showcase their musical talents.
Many congratulations to Cecily (6AG) whose bassoon playing won her 1st place in the Primary Wind category in the prestigious St Albans Young Musicians Competition, the finals of which took place in the stunning Nave of St Albans Cathedral yesterday.