Music Department Newsletter – July 2009

Congratulations to the many girls who have passed individual instrumenta, singing and theory exams. Shireen Shahnavaz passed Grade 8 Clarinet and Caroline Halls passed Grade 8 Piano with distinction.

Madeleine Mould is to attend her third course with the National Youth Training Choir.

Christabell Pidduck and Charlotte Hart played a violin duet at the recent Mayor- Making celebrations in the Guildhall.

Sound of Music We have very much enjoyed collaborating with the Drama Department on this exciting venture and were delighted with the results. Very many thanks to all involved and congratulations on a superb show!

Junior Choir Junior Choir went to St Mark's Primary School on Thurs 25th June and sang to their Junior Choir. We sang 'Jonahman Jazz', 'Alleluia' and highlights from 'Grease'. St. Mark's School choir sang songs by Abba and introduced us to a new warm up song. It was a very enjoyable afternoon in which our choir sang enthusiastically and clearly. Their choir realy enjoyed the visit and we have been asked to return next year. Well done everyone!
Strings Visit
Mr Parsons took a group of string players to play to Woodlands School's Proms in the Playground and much fun was had by all.

Forthcoming Events fixed so far

16th September - Senior Choir sings at Speech Day, Salisbury Cathedra.

22nd October - 5.30pm - Salisbury Cathedral - A Cappella sings Evensong

17th November - 7.00pm - Main School Hall - School Concert

15th December - 7.30pm - Salisbury Cathedral - Carol Service

23rd January - 7.30pm - St. Mark's Church - A Cappella and SWGS Chamber Orchestra Concert, to include Mozart's Requiem

27th March - 7.30pm - Salisbury Cathedral - A Cappella joins Salisbury Music Society to sing Bach's B Minor Mass

1st May - 7.30pm - Salisbury Cathedral - SWGS Senior Choir and BWS Choir - Joint Choral Concert

Created: Wednesday, July 01, 2009 | School News Page

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