Showcasing the Arts at Popular Lent Concert
Before this year’s Taunton Festival of the Arts had even come to an end, the Lent Concert arrived with hardly a moment’s respite. Featuring almost 60 pupils, the event provided an opportunity for some performers to repeat their well-prepared Festival offerings and for others to give first airings of pieces.
The two-hour concert highlighted the very best of the arts at King’s Hall and nearly 40 pieces in total were performed across the disciplines of music, drama and dance.
Among the many excellent solos, duets, dances and scenes were a number of the school’s larger musical ensembles and also several chamber music pieces – playing music together is undoubtedly one of the greatest joys and we are fortunate to have so many enthusiastic children for whom making music together is clearly a pleasure.
The audience was enraptured by the captivating and amusing recitations and scenes from our speech & drama pupils, and it was wonderful to see several dancers perform pieces in advance of grade exams. Overall, a terrific event and huge congratulations to all involved.
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