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Eastbury Primary Music Week

Our year 10 pupils will be staging a concert at Eastbury Primary Music week. They are performing a range of songs, which they have chosen and rehearsed.

Good luck and we look forward to the concert!

Eastbury Summer Festival

ECS will be hosting a Summer Festival, celebrating the community and good work of our pupils.

There will be art and craft stalls, food and a host of other activities for you to take part in on Wednesday 18th July. This will be followed by a Music and Fashion show concert in the afternoon.

Take part and say your were there!

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Jack Petchey Awards – Broadway Theatre

26th April – Broadway Theatre

A selection of our pupils will be supporting the awards evening at the Broadway Theatre, to celebrate the achievements of our youth. They will be performing a variety of songs and we hope to see you there.

Tomorrows Warriors – Jazz

Great music rehearsal last night with the tomorrow’s warriors team. Come and hear them perform on Sunday 29th April. Tickets available at the Southbank centre.co.uk.

 

We’ve an exciting opportunity to perform with tomorrows warriors in April at the Queens Elizabeth Hall in London. Rehearsals will start soon with their performance on Sunday 29th April! We hope you will be able to join us.

Pupils will be performing a Jazz Classic by Ella Fitzgerald alongside other great acts from the era.

 

 

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Gascoigne Music Festival

Today Jeffrey, David, Rauf and Luke represented the school by performing at the Gascoigne Music Festival. They supported the choirs, performing ‘Extraordinary Me’ and other songs. Great work!

Calling all Composers – Tower Bridge Festival

Would you like to showcase your own songs at a Festival?

Read the details below and see Mr Cain on how to apply.

Time has come to secure your place on this year’s Young Composers Stage at the Tower of London. Students have the chance to debut their own compositions to the public and perform in front of the iconic background of 1000 years of history.

The performance piece must be of their own work under these guidelines;

• All compositions must be aligned to the theme of either; Fortress, Palace or Prison

• Length of compositions should be around 3-5 mins long as a guideline

• Use of technology is welcomed, although all compositions must contain an element of live performance so that they can be debuted at the Tower of London

• Solo and ensemble pieces are accepted

FORMS MUST BE RETURNED BY THE END OF FRIDAY 30th MARCH 2018. This can be collected from Mr Cain in M107.

This is not a competition, but a chance to showcase emerging talent and provide a platform for our young composers to be celebrated alongside this year’s music festival.