Music students at Solihull Sixth Form College finished the Autumn Term in style by putting on a Christmas Concert for friends, family and staff.
Those studying A level Music, as well as students who have chosen musical activities as their enrichment option, performed a range of solo and group pieces in the College theatre. there were some festive songs like ‘All I want for Christmas is You’, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ and ‘What Christmas Means to Me’, as well as a blend of modern and classical music.
As well as current students, ex-student Polina Savicka returned to give a performance too. She left the College last summer, having achieved all A and A* grades in her A levels of Music, English Language and French. She has progressed to Trinity Laban Conservatoire of music & Dance to study composition and was recently commended by the judges in the BBC Young Composer of the Year competition.
Music teacher Catherine Douglas commented:
“The Christmas Concert was a great way to end a busy Autumn Term. Congratulations to all the students who worked so hard on their performances.”
The next opportunity to see live music at the College will be at the Easter Concert on Tuesday 5 April 2022 at 7.00pm.
15 December 2021