Easter concert

    On the 26th March St Clement Danes School were delighted to hold their annual Easter Concert. It was an evening filled with phenomenal solo and group performances which the late Sir John Barbirolli - a former student of the school who later went on to be the conductor of the Halle Orchestra in Manchester, and after which the Barbirolli Hall is named - would have been extremely proud.

    For those students in Year 13 the evening held particular significance as it marked their last opportunity to perform in a music concert at St Clement Danes School. The contribution that these students have made over the years to the musical life and soul of the school has been truly outstanding.

    The evening started with a performance by the 2nd Orchestra, followed by solo pieces and ensemble performances from the Gospel and Junior choirs, as well as the newly formed Barbershop Choir, through to the Jazz Band.

    We like to express our gratitude to all of the staff and students involved for their continued commitment and enthusiasm to the musical life of St Clement Danes School, and in particular to the inimitable Mr Butterfield. Our thanks also go to Mrs Hobbs, Miss Flemming, Mrs Harris and the Music Prefects for their contribution to this evening’s concert and the Parents’ Association for providing refreshments.


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