Join us to hear John Williams’ Academy Award-winning score performed live by the 80+ players of the Philharmonia, as we watch the film on the Royal Festival Hall’s huge screen. We are really looking forward to it. It will be a fantastic night of music and film.

This clip of John Williams discussing the process of composing the score for ET is well worth a watch:

The parents/guardians of our GCSE, A Level music/music tech students and members of all our music clubs, should have received the trip letter via email on Monday 24th January. Please let us know if your parent/guardian did not receive this email.

The final date for signing up and payment is Monday 21st February.

Concerts this term:

Choir & Musical Theatre singers: click here to hear this term’s songs and practise your part.

Musical Theatre: click here for One Day More

Concert band: click here for West Side Story and here for Pirates of the Caribbean.

HUB (Hayes Ukulele Band): Please start learning the lyrics for these songs too:

click here for I’m Yours  

click here for How Far I’ll Go

click here for Stand By Me

click here for Rocket Man

New MusicFest date:

MusicFests are informal concerts where students from any year group can perform pieces of their own choice to a friendly and supportive audience. We always have a huge range of music, from students’ very first public performance to students who are already hugely experienced musicians. We have all styles of music from classical to rock to musical theatre and students’ own compositions. There are solos, duets and groups.

Here is the video from last term’s MusicFest so you can get a flavour of what it’s like:



Click here to find out more.

Compose Yourself! is an annual online composition festival open to all young pianists resident in the UK. We aim to offer young pianists the opportunity to develop their musicianship, creativity and self-expression through composition.

There are two main categories: competitive and non-competitive, with classes for different age groups in the competitive category.  Each entrant will receive an encouraging comment sheet from one of our expert adjudicators, a certificate and a piece of music from a leading educational composer. Find out more here.

Fab opportunity during half term:

Virtual sessions

Click here to find out more.

For the puzzle lovers:

And finally …

And here’s one for Miss Werry …

I expect to see photos of your own musical snowman when we finally get a snow day!

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