Zadok has long been a favourite with children, adults and football supporters! The long build up to the entry by the choir is an exercise in maintaining a slow, controlled beat.
An impressive number of children managed to perform the entire melody on glockenspiels. Well done, also, to the instrumentalists on the back row.
Probably the biggest performance at the infants school the Upper School Choir have managed. 3 very different songs. The first was “Where Words Fail”, a song written for the choirs at the Royal Albert Hall, usually for 1,000 children to sing. The second a very contemporary Beyonce song with moves and harmonies thrown in. Finally […]
Our pupils were keen to show you their brass performances. How many different brass instruments can you name?
Our talented violinists ranging from year 3 to Year 6 love to entertain on their violins.
The orchestra perform at Churchfields Infants’ School Assembly. Every year a new orchestra forms, rehearsing every Thursday lunchtime.
The cello is one of the most popular instruments at Churchfields. In their performances the children love to express themselves and show what their hours of practise leads to.
Can you recognise the tune that 4D performed at the Christmas Concert? They used both handbells and chime bars.
Year 6 performed a magical Christmas concert at St Mary’s Church. It included choral singing, orchestral music, dancing and poetry.
4N performed a magical ‘Silent Night’ at the Year 4 Christmas Concert.