Summer Concert - July 2008

The last music concert of the Summer Term was one not to be missed. Solo and ensemble performances varying from Boccherini's Quartet in C major to Abba's Mama Mia! made this event a very special ending to the South Wilts musical year.

Despite the absence of many Year 11s and Year 13s, ensembles flourished, giving an opportunity for many of the younger students to shine. Wind Band's rendition of music from The Lion King was little affected by the reduction in number, proving to be a very moving experience. The Training Orchestra performed Carribean Nights, which had been specially arranged by our Music PGCE student who left recently. Both the Junior and Chamber Choirs sang beautifully and the many soloists gave a diverse and interesting programme.

Many thanks go to all involved, particularly the accompanists, directors and peripatetic teachers who prepared all the performers so well in the run-up to the concert. Also, a huge well done to all performing students!

-Music Captains


Created: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 | School News Page

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