Scholars’ Concert 2017

Posted: 20th October 2017

Our annual Scholars’ Concert offers an opportunity for our outstanding young musicians to showcase their individual performance skills. We currently have twenty three scholars ranging in age from nine to seventeen. The girls performed a variety of music from Baroque to Contemporary to a highly appreciative audience.

A video of the night is below. For specific performances please refer to the concert programme, also below.


Concert programme


Amelia G – Whistlin’ by Dave Stapleton – Flute

Lucy G – La Cinquantaine by Gabriel-Marie – Violin

Suzannah C – Rondo by Boccherini – Cello

Holly W – Hold on – Piano

Alicia B – Gavotte by J.B Lully – Cello

Isobel B – Sonata no. 6, 2nd movement, Allegro by J.H.Roman – Flute

Charlotte F – The Water is Wide by Mark Hayes – Voice

Jessica G – Liebesleid by Kriesler – Violin

Hannah L – Sonata in A minor by Handel – Flute

Rachel C – Bourée Op.24 by W.H.Squire – Cello

Ophelia H – Bourées 1 and 2 from Suite no.3 by Bach – Cello

Alyshia B – Lascia chio pianga by Handel – Voice




Leah C – Rondeau from Sonata in Gminor op.24 no.5 by Devienne – Bassoon

Emma N – I’m not that girl from Wicked by Schwartz – Voice

Bethany B – La Flute de Pan by Paul Wachs – Flute

Issy F – Fantasie in D minor (KV 397) by Mozart – Piano

Nancy W – I don’t know how to love him from Jesus Christ Superstar by Lloyd Webber – Voice

Lucy L – Berceuse op.15 by Doppler – Flute

Isabel W – Kings Speech Main Theme by Alexandre Desplat – Piano

Catriona H – Ridente la calma by Mozart – Voice

Zoe W – He’s A Pirate by Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer – Piano

Catherine S – The Turtle Dove – Trad. arr. Vaughan Williams – Voice