We will be having a short meeting straight after school on Thursday 3rd November in CGG to go through the final arrangements and reminders. All students going on the Hamilton trip must attend this meeting. It should only take 15 minutes.
Please contact me if there’s a reason why you cannot attend.
During half term, please have a look at the information on this website. It’s free, but you will need to register to access the resources. I’m certain you will all love seeing the show, but you will love it even more if you have some prior understanding of the story line and who’s who. Take 15 minutes to get your head around the plot and the main characters.
Thank you. We are really looking forward to taking you all 🙂
Congratulations! Another fab MusicFest!
Well done and thank you to everyone who performed in MusicFest this week. It was lovely to see such a variety of perfomances from soloists, duos and groups, and it’s great that our students continue to create music together regardless of age differences. Special thanks to our tech team and everyone else who helped on the night and behind the scenes.
Music events at school between now and Christmas
Listen to the pieces at home and try playing your part along with them:
There are several students from our school performing in this show so go along to support them if you can.
Celebrating Black Voices
Black composers who changed the course of classical music history
Thank you again to Jazz Band for your performances during Open Morning. We received lots of positive comments about your playing.
BBC Young Musician Contest
Click here to read the article about Jordan.
Music Opportunities – brass and percussion course for young people who identify as female or non-binary
There are 30 pop groups hidden in this image. Lots of the bands are from before you were born so you may need some help! I’ll start; The Eagles.
And finally …
Seen outside a bakery 🙂
Radiohead are an English rock band formed in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in 1985. The band consists of Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards); brothers Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboards, other instruments) and Colin Greenwood (bass); Ed O’Brien (guitar, backing vocals); and Philip Selway (drums, percussion). Radiohead’s experimental approach is credited with advancing the sound of alternative rock.
Though they achieved greater commercial and critical success with later albums, “Creep” remains Radiohead’s most successful single. It was named one of the greatest debut singles and one of the greatest songs by the American Rolling Stone magazine.