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Chamber Choir Perform in Princesshay

The Chamber Choir performed this afternoon at Princesshay, in the centre of Exeter. It was a great opportunity for them to perform in public to a much wider audience. The singing was enjoyed by the people in the surrounding cafés and restaurants, and shoppers stopped to listen. The Princesshay Events Organiser was so impressed with the choir's singing that they were asked if they would sing at the switching on of the Christmas Lights.

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Killerton Summer Concert

What a wonderful summer concert and picnic this evening at Killerton House. There were over 120 children singing in the whole-school choir, with songs sung by KS1 Choir, KS2 Choir, the Chamber Choir, and pupils who have singing lessons at school. There was a lovely relaxed atmosphere in the beautiful gardens whilst everyone was listening to a selection of songs that the children have sung over the past year. A great final concert.

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Year 3 Brass Concerts

On Thursday 10th and Friday 11th year 3 played in a brass concert in the marquee. Children were given the opportunity to showcase the skills that they have learnt over the year, playing their favourite brass tunes for parents and staff. Favourite pieces included 'Rock You', 'Beethoven's Symphony Nine' and 'Saturday Night'. The children practised small group solo parts and played extremely well throughout the performance. It was a great end to the school day; thank you to all parents who were able to come along and well done year 3!

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Aladdin

The last two performances of the Musical Theatre Club's production of Aladdin are tomorrow. The children have been rehearsing once a week as part of an after-school club and I have been amazed by their achievement, and impressed by the children's ability to act, sing and remember all their lines in such a limited amount of time. The set and costumes are amazing, and have all been created by staff from the school with the help and support of parents. Each performance has got better and I can't wait to see how the children will perform tomorrow evening.

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