Caldicott had a wonderful day of music making recently with international concert pianist Luis Pares, for their annual New Year Piano Recital. He performed two concerts and gave a special coaching session to some of Caldicott's own budding pianists.
All Vinehall pupils from Reception to Year 8, parents and grandparents were treated to the most beautiful and inspiring recital from the Second Prize Winner of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, Hans Suh.
A damp January morning might not be everyone’s choice of day to take a trip to the seaside, but on Wednesday 10 January the Crescent’s Class I did just that, sauntering through holidays past and present, with a little help from the Freshwater Theatre Company.
Music during the Christmas term was, once again, of the highest standard, now led by the new Head of Music, composer William Morris. From music to please Radiohead to harp and choral performances, Dragons amazed through the quality of their music.
Children from Barrow Hills School showcased their many talents when they staged a spectacular performance of Cameron Mackintosh’s iconic ‘Les Misérables’, the longest running musical in the world which recently celebrated its 32nd anniversary.
Emma Nasskau of Ursuline Preparatory School, Wimbledon has been selected to perform with London Children's Ballet for their performance of Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Canterville Ghost’ at The Peacock Theatre, London, in April 2018.
The latest Hazlegrove Year 7 production involved taking on the complexities of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. A challenge which the children rose to superbly, delivering performances that will last long in the memory of all concerned.
On Tuesday evening CCJS held their first Junior Recital Night. The Recital Night provides a platform for the school’s many ensembles and older musicians in a more formal setting in order to continue to develop their performance skills.
A Cathedral setting for any Choral event has to be the climax of any choir’s repertoire. At Cheam there have been concerts both at school and further afield, but our annual visit to Winchester Cathedral to sing Choral Evensong has to be the icing on the cake as far as a setting is concerned.
With spectacular costumes and scenery, energetic music and singing, and brilliant accents , we were transformed to Fat Sam's speakeasy for this fun, splurge-filled production that had us all marvelling at the children's amazing talents.
The Young Shakespeare Company returned to Bancroft’s Prep on Monday 13 November with their interactive version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. A multi-talented cast of five took on all the roles, helped out by volunteers from the Year 4 & 5 audience.