Here at Harrow, we are delighted to celebrate the wide range of music talent across our school, as our pupils performed in a series of Chamber concerts to highlight their abilities.
Pre-Prep Chamber Concert
The afternoon began with performances from our Year 1 & 2’s. They bravely performed in front of their peers and teachers, many for the first time. There was a lovely piano duet, violin and drums solos and numerous piano pieces. What humility and courage it takes to take the stage! We’re so proud of all of you!
This was quickly followed by our Year 3 and 4’s, who displayed great breadth of talent as they performed on the drums, piano, ukulele and violin. There was a piano and violin duet played by two sisters and the exciting drumbeats kept everyone on the edge of their seats. The concert climaxed with a surprise performance by our Head Master, Mr. Charles Ellison, who joined his daughter to sing “Say Something” together.
Upper School Chamber Concert
In the evening, it was the turn of our Prep and Senior students who put on a great show, displaying a wide range of musical styles and abilities. Many of our Year 5 students were eager to show their talents on the “Upper School stage” for the first time and gave us a snapshot of how much potential and promise there is for music at Harrow in the years to come. Our seasoned performers in the older year groups also demonstrated the exceptional results of many hours of practice. The concert concluded with a performance by the “Bluer Band”, a rock band recently formed by a group of talented musicians in Year 9.
We want to thank all the musicians, the music department, the staff and the parents for their amazing support! What extraordinary talent on display – the future of music is very bright!