SJT Spring Concert
With a run of successful shows under their belt alongside a successful CD release, the music department at Sir John Talbot’s has been going from strength to strength over the past few months. As the Spring term came to an end, it was time to showcase the musical capacity of both students and teachers at a public recital in the school hall. And they didn’t disappoint.
Both teachers and students demonstrated their excellent vocal and instrumental abilities to a packed audience, performing music in a variety of styles from a number of diverse artists. From a capella versions of classic tunes through to unique takes on modern pop songs, there was something for everyone to enjoy, and each tune was executed with great skill and aplomb.
With performances from the SJT Superchoir (which included a solo rap over an exquisite a capella rendering of She Said), Bel Canto, a selection of soloists, the SJT Senior Singers, and music from both Years 10 and 11 GCSE groups, the range and ability on show was phenomenal. The night was brought to a close in fine style with the debut performance from the recently formed SJT School of Performance.
Debbie Peate, Head of Music at the school, commented: “I am very proud of everybody involved in the concert. Our students keep going from strength to strength. Every single concert sets the bar a little bit higher and I am confident that our talented and committed students will see this trend continue.”
The music department’s next show will be a collaborative performance of Mamma Mia with the SJT School of Performance.
Posted by marchesadmin on 13th April 2016, under Uncategorized
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