STOMP: Ambassador’s Theatre, London WC2 – 16 November 2017 – 3.00 p.m
We are organising a school trip to see a matinee performance of “Stomp” on 16 November 2017 and all
Year 8 boys are invited to apply for tickets. This is an imaginative and exciting musical production
which will complement the work the boys are doing in class this year. I am sure that everyone who
attends will have a wonderful afternoon
Jazz Evening 2015
A candlelit Jazz Evening was held on Friday, 1st May with all the school Jazz bands and ensembles participating. All the students performed brilliantly in front of an audience of parents, friends and staff. Many thanks to all the students, music staff and the parents for their support. Further events this term are: Key Stage 3 Concert on Thursday, 18th June and Music Soiree on Friday, 3rd July.
Battle of the bands 2015
The Battle of the Bands Concert on Wednesday, 22nd April was a great success with eleven bands competing for the trophy. All the bands played brilliantly and the eventual winner was Groove Band, who performed an original number written by their tutor, Mr Pete Grogan. Certificates for the best individual performances during the evening were awarded to: Temi Adegbayibi (best drummer), Jehoiakim Elongama (best bassist), Noah Manyumbu (best piano/keyboard performance), Che Sampat (Best vocalist), Rosie Frater-Taylor (best guitarist), Jeremy Silcocks (best featured instrument – junior) and Grifton Forbes-Amos (best featured instrument – senior). The concert also featured a fantastic music staff band which included the adjudicator for the evening – Mr Damien Flood – who performed “Message in a Bottle” and “Crazy Little Thing called Love”. Thanks to all the students who performed, the parents and friends who supported them, our adjudicator Damien Flood and all the school staff who contributed to the success of the evening.
Christmas Concert 2014
The Christmas Concert took place on Tuesday, 9th December and was enjoyed by a large audience of parents and friends, seated at candlelit tables . Mince pies and other festive snacks were provided and everyone joined in with a number of traditional carols. The rather less traditional carol “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas” was performed by Tour Orchestra with the singing led by two Year 10 students. At this Concert, we said goodbye to our Director of Music, Miss Anne Heavey, and she was presented with flowers and gifts from the students. We will welcome Mr Arran Ness as our new Director of Music in January. Photos of this Concert are displayed on the Gallery.
The day following the Concert, our Brass Ensemble and a number of our Woodwind players performed carols in Enfield Town Shopping Centre and in Waitrose in aid of the North London Hospice under the direction of our brass tutor, Mr Simon Tate-Lovery. The huge thank you to all the students who performed. Photos of this event are also displayed below.