Lower School Tea Time Concert - Michaelmas Term
Ellesmere College prides itself in its broad and varied performing arts provision and there is no better place to start this than in Lower School. Students take music lessons from Year 3 and have the opportunity to develop their skills further in LAMDA sessions and Lower School music performances including the Lower School Choir, the annual CRE8 showcase, orchestras, bands and House performances.
One highlight of the term that parents particularly enjoy is the termly Tea Time Music Concert - showcasing performances from students in all aspects of singing and instrumental pieces.
The Lower School Teatime Concerts
are a wonderful way to encourage and inspire our youngest learners. This term's
event - held on November 7th in the Lower school Assembly Hall - was no exception and included an exciting variety of instrumentalists and
singers. The supportive audience was wowed with a display of talent from
students taking their first steps on their musical journeys as well as those
preparing for more advanced examinations - and lots in between! We
are delighted and proud to provide this performance opportunity to
our developing musicians as a means of motivating practice
and instilling confidence and enjoyment.
For more information, please visit: The Arts at Ellesmere College
1. Eva Ford Yr 7 – Singing – Pulled
2. Florence Hughes Yr 6 – Harp – Sarabande
3. Austin Furlong-Hart Yr 7 – Singing – Somewhere Only
4. Isabel Philbin Yr 8 – Drums - I Never Loved A Man
(with backing track)
6. Frankie Haydon Ash – Cornet – Puppets' Dance (main picture)
7. Will Donaghy Yr 6 – Piano - Nuvole Bianches by Einaudi
8. Bella New Yr 8 – Singing - Pokarekare Ana
9. Kiri Kilgannon Yr 8 – Piano
Kimber Yr 6 – Saxophone
Johnson Yr 7 – Piano and singing - Clocks
Hughes Yr 7 – Trumpet – Ragamuffin
Fisher Yr 6 – Drums – Sweet Child of Mine
Thank you to our two Yr 8 Lower School Music Captains who introduced all the performers: Kiri Kilgannon (pictured) and Bella New.
A huge thank you also to all the staff who help make the Tea Time Concert possible, to the accompanists - Mr Kevin Whitley and Mr Simon Fisher, and to all the parents for coming and enthusiastically supporting the students wonderful performances.
17th November 2022 Back to News