It was the fifth year of the competition in honour of Dr Celia Blacklock, who died from cancer, aged just 33.
The Fettes Prep Choir tour was an incredible performance opportunity for 43 excited singers and 6 teachers who boarded the plane to Bordeaux on 1st July.
The boys had a memorable day at the annual Music for Youth National Festival in Birmingham.
The Royal Academy of Arts has selected work from Blackheath High School GDST student Mia Dyson to be displayed at their inaugural Young Artists' Summer Show.
Tonbridge School has long been a centre of excellence for the teaching and learning of music, and the recent successes of its boys in their examinations further enhances this reputation.
Moreton Hall GCSE music student Selina Shi performed as part of the ‘Young Musician Ensemble’ in this year’s International Chamber Music Festival in Whittington.
A Truro High School student will soon be once more treading the boards with one of the UK’s leading musical theatre companies as she prepares to star in its next major production.
Class VI brought the classic tale of the ugly duckling to life in their end-of-year school production. Since it first hatched in 1993, Stiles & Drewe’s musical has charmed audiences with its heart-warming story, sparkling wit and memorable score.
Last week Year 6 pupils from St John’s College in Southsea took to the stage for two nights to perform their take on a tale as old as time, ‘Beauty and the Beast'.
On Monday 1 July Heatherton hosted their first ever celebratory evening at The Elgiva. This was an opportunity for the Prep Girls to celebrate the school year. Singing, dancing, speeches, music and poetry recitals - it was a fantastic evening.