On Monday 29 January, 21 Senior School pupils and four teachers entertained a strong audience in the Informal Concert. There was a wonderful variety of talent, repertoire and instrumentation, from a self-composed song with original backing track to dazzling solos on our new Marimba.

It was lovely to hear Mrs Jackson on the flute and Mrs Walters singing Brahms. We look forward to the next in the series of relaxed evenings: the summer Open Mic night.

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