Archbishop Temple School will be holding their Summer Music Concert at St John’s Minster on Friday 7 July.Advertisement
The school’s Senior Percussion Ensemble will deliver their unique performances from 7pm at the Minster.
They will premiere ‘In Flight’, a piece commissioned for school by member of the highly regarded percussion quartet 4-MALITY, Jan Bradley.
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At the concert the school’s Senior Percussion Ensemble will also deliver pieces that they will be performing at the internationally renowned World Music Concert, Netherlands, on 14-15 July.
Year 10 pupil, Susanna Raj, will perform two pieces from her Grade 8 Alto Sax Repertoire.
Ex pupils Andrew Woolcock and Ben Jarvis will join piano teacher Robert Rainford to play ‘Chieba’, another piece composed and adapted for the school by Jan Bradley.
Andrew Woodcock won the BBC Young Musician of the Year 2016 for Percussion.
Andrew and Ben will go on to play a joint recital of the piece in the stunning surroundings of Johanneskirche in Dusseldorf later in the month.
You can buy tickets for the Summer Music Concert, sponsored by NST Travel Group and the Music Cellar, fro, £6 for adults and £3 for children.
Tickets are available in advance from Archbishop Temple School or on the night at the door.
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