This is Emily, our solo guitarist for the Arts Week recital. She has been playing the guitar for two years and she has become a very confident performer. This is a recording of her amazing talent and skill as she plays "Hedwig's Theme" from Harry Potter by John Williams.
This is an audio recording of Thomas's piano piece called "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly." This was his first time playing in front of an audience--and it was an audience of nearly 300 people! He showed great confidence and skill.
Leo is one of our budding pianists. He is in Year 3 and has been playing the piano for one year--but you wouldn't believe it! He plays with the confidence and style of an old pro. Here you can watch him perform "Shepherd's Melody" from our Arts Week recital.
This is Finlay, one of our very talented Year 5 students. Here he is performing "C Jam Blues" by Duke Ellington at our Arts Week Recital.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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