Dauntsey’s Pupils Stage Rockfest 2018

Dauntsey's School | 12 Mar 2018 | ISC Icon HMC Icon
Dauntsey’s has staged its annual Rockfest concert to a sell-out audience.  Nine acts from the Lower School and twelve from the Upper School took to the stage to perform a wide range of numbers, all exhibiting great talent and enthusiasm.
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Pupils from Dauntsey’s Perform at the School’s Annual Rockfest Concert

In the Upper School, winner of ‘Best Solo Act’, Rini, performed a stunning Sia medley including Cheap Thrills and Titanium.  The winning ensemble, Apollo-7, impressed the crowd with their cover of Live and Let Die.  Amazing pyrotechnics enhanced their performance, making their act appear highly professional.

In the Lower School, The Painkillers won with their performance of I Love Rock and Roll.  Appropriately dressed for the occasion, sunglasses at the ready, they had the entire audience cheering them on.

Kester Sims, Head of Music Technology, Dauntsey’s said:

“Rockfest goes from strength to strength and this year the audience was treated to an exciting evening of great rock talent, supported by our own expert lighting and sound team of pupils. 

“My thanks go to the staff, pupils and parents who support the event so enthusiastically.  This is what gives Rockfest such an encouraging and exciting atmosphere.” 



About Dauntsey's School

Dauntsey's is a leading co-educational boarding and day school of some 790 pupils aged 11 to 18, set in an estate of a hundred and fifty acres of idyllic countryside on the edge of Salisbury Plain.

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