We have got lots to look forward to this term:
All music clubs will start up again next week. See you there …
Local music news
I’d really like to start up the Guest Contributor feature again. Anyone involved in the music department at Hayes can write something for the blog. It could be a write-up of a musical experience you’ve been on, a review, a recommendation … anything to do with music really. In the past we’ve had students write about concerts they’ve performed in, workshops/courses they’ve attended, shows/concerts they’ve been to, songs/pieces they’ve discovered and so on.
If you would like to contribute something for the blog, either come and see me in CGG, or send me an email. Thank you.
Have you visited the music section in the school library?
These are just a few of the books available to borrow in the library. There are MANY more so go and see for yourself. Let me know if you discover one you’d like to recommend and review.
Watch Anna Lapwood deconstruct a Bach fugue
You can watch Anna play the organ at Croydon’s Fairfield Halls in April. She’ll be performing Saint-Saëns Symphony No.3.
In this concert, BBC Radio Presenter and Associate Artist of the Royal Albert Hall, Anna Lapwood, turns pipe dreams into reality by, quite literally, taking us inside the pipes with her camera, revealing the hidden side of the instrument we never get to see. Performing on Fairfield Hall’s organ for its grand re-opening, Anna plays Saint-Saëns’ colossal Symphony No.3, nicknamed the ‘organ symphony for its fiery showcase of the organ as it depicts the end of the world.