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Summer Music Concert 5 July

A rich and varied selection of performances from students delighted the audience at last night's summer concert.

Please click to see photographs from this memorablke event.

The evening was tinged with sadness as these were the last performances for some of our extremely talented musicians in years 11 and 13 who are leaving school this summer - George, Louis, Theo, Jess, tom, Ralf, Gaia and Sadie.  Mrs Randall, Music CTL, thanked them for their commitment and musicality during their time at the school.  They will be missed!

A huge Thank you to Mrs Randall & Mr Parker for all their hard work arranging this beautiful concert and their hard work throughout the year. Thank you to Mr Everton for his invaluable contributions to the life of the music department during his time teaching here this year.  Thank you to Mr Godwin for boosting the bass line in the orchestra and to Mr Wilshire for his work with the guitar group! Also to the premises, communications and catering teams for their work behind the scenes. Lastly, thank you to all students and parents who supported the Music Department this year!

Performances included:

West Side Story (Medley) arr. Jay Bocook, Performed by the Orchestra

A Few Rockin’ Dudes, the Guitar Group

Allegro (Movt. 1) from Horn Concerto No. 1 in Eb by R.Strauss, Performed by Anna Campbell, accompanied by Sue Avison

Times Are Changing, Written and performed by Scarlett Loran, Performed by Bach to Broadway

Ring, Written and performed by Louis Campbell

Sommerregn, Written and performed by Jenny Barrett

Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar arr Iain Farrington, Theme, Troyte, G.R.S.  Performed by the Orchestra

French Movie Waltz by Catherine Rollin, Performed by Rohan Piper Filluzeau

Gigue from Partita for Violin No. 2 by Bach, Performed by Tom Nankivell

Fight Song by Rachel Platten, Performed by Cleo Jefferies

Oregano by Chilly Gonzales, Performed by Mateo Davis

Jazz Composition, Performed by the Jazz Ensemble

Summertime, Performed by the Jazz Ensemble

The Stowaway by Stanley Wilson, nPerformed by Daniel Howard

Domine Deus by Vivaldi, Performed by Charis Bailey

My Funny Valentine (jazz improv), Performed by Tom Wyeth

Believer by Imagine Dragons, Performed by Alex Palmer and Will Nicholson

A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman arr. Mac Huff, Performed by Bach to Broadway

Still Hurting from The Last five Years by Jason Robert Brown, Performed by Jessica Clarke

Mazurka in A flat by Chopin, Performed by Lydia Malloy

Guitar Solo, Written and performed by Alex Palmer, Written and Performed by Big Massive Orchestra

Drum Solo, Performed by George Prentice Povey

Nocturne No.20 by Chopin, Performed by Theo Putler

Andrew Lloyd Webber In Concert (Medley) arr. Michael Sweeney, Performed by the Orchestra