On Saturday 10 September the Music Department performed to a very appreciative audience at Living in Bangkok 2016 at Bumrungrad International Hospital. The short concert featured the Bromsgrove Vocal Ensemble and the school’s talent Music scholarship students.
The programme opened with Bohemian Rhapsody, performed by the Vocal Ensemble which was led by our Choir Director and Vocal Teacher, Alice Law. The first soloist of the programme, Devi in Year 11, followed with a modern solo piano work called River Flows In You. Next, the audience were treated to a thrilling violin solo by Nicha in Year 4 who played the Gigue from Veracini’s Sonata in D Minor. The next three items featured Secondary student’s Jerry (Year 7), Nano and Anna (Year 8). Jerry sang the well know song Walking in the Air from the 1982 animated film The Snowman and Nano impressed us with his piano skills in the Passacaglia from Handel’s Suite No. 7 in G Minor. Lastly, Anna beautifully sang Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again from The Phantom of the Opera. The concert was brought to a close by the Vocal Ensemble with Thank You For Being A Friend.
Each student involved gave a wonderful performance and demonstrated their musical talents to their full potential. As Head of the Music Department, I am very proud of them all and very grateful to the students, parents and Miss Alice for the commitment, hard work and practice that made this excellent concert possible.
Head of Music Department