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​A Celebration of Music at Annual Lent Concert

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The chapel was filled once again as we welcomed staff, parents and pupils for our annual Lent Concert.

A celebration of art music, this year’s concert saw the King’s Chapel Choir and Brass Group join together with the Bristol Brass Consort, an established musical group based in the South West. Stuart Paul, our brass teacher, is also a member.

Works included the world famous Jerusalem by Hubert Parry, a fun arrangement of Keep Young and Beautiful by American composer Harry Warren, and Giovanni Gabrieli’s Sonata Pian’e Forte.

Music teacher, Emma Edwards said: “Our pupils gained much experience from performing with professionals, and the programme epitomised the beautiful music that is available to perform by both a Chapel Choir and brass instruments.”

She added: “Well done to all involved. It was a truly magical evening.”


Published on: Thursday, January 1, 1970

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