GGS Musical Evening 2014

On the evening of Thursday 27th March Grosvenor Grammar School staged its annual and much-anticipated Musical Evening as a wide selection of talented pupils performed for a large and expectant audience of pupils, parents and associates of the school. 

The event, always one of the highlights of the school year, saw over one hundred pupils from some twelve different acts perform, with a number of contemporary compositions such as ‘Clocks’ by Coldplay and Evanescence’s ‘Bring Me to Life’ proving especially popular.

Grosvenor’s numerous musical groups are in constant demand throughout the year and Thursday’s concert provided a unique opportunity to enjoy all of its talented musicians performing under one roof.  In recent years the event has been notable for, in particular, its show-stopping finale and this year proved no different, with the Senior and Junior Choirs combining to deliver a jaw-dropping Medley from ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, including such renowned compositions as ‘All I Ask of You’, ‘Think of ‘Me’ and ‘The Music of the Night’.

Congratulations to everybody who helped to make this year’s Musical Evening such an overwhelming success.  As well as the many pupils who participated on the night, particular praise is reserved for Head of Music Miss Rosemary Foster and fellow Music teacher Mr Jonathan Arnold, as well as the many peripatetic teachers who also contributed. 

Well done to all involved in this year’s Musical Evening, which served as a perfect showcase for the considerable musical talent within the School. 

Grosvenor's Junior Choir, conducted by Miss Rosemary Foster and accompanied by Mr Jonathan Arnold, in performance during the School's Annual Musical Evening on Thursday 27th March