Live music returns to the Woldingham stage

Live music returns to the Woldingham stage

7 October 2020

Woldingham’s Scholars’ Concerts are always a pleasure, but on Monday 5 October even more so as it has been many months since our auditorium resounded to live music.

Our music scholars performed a varied repertoire that spanned four centuries, from Handel’s Recorder Sonata in G Minor (c.1712), played by Isabella, to Jemima’s vocal performance of Shallow from the soundtrack of 2018 film A Star Is Born.

As well as voice and recorder, scholars demonstrated their prowess on piano, violin, cello, flute and clarinet to the delight of both the small audience in the auditorium and much larger audience of family and friends who were able to join us from home for the performance via the livestream.

Details of the concert programme are shown below:

Scholar Instrument Title Composer
Oriana, Lower Sixth Flute 'Prelude’ and ‘Waltz’ from Suite Antique for Flute and Piano John Rutter
Dido, Year 8 Violin The Boy Paganini Eduard Mollenhauer
Keira, Year 9 Voice 'When She Loved Me’ from Toy Story 2 Randy Newman
Sophie, Year 10 Piano Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13, 3rd movement Ludwig van Beethoven
Isabella, Year 9 Recorder Recorder Sonata in G minor, HWV 360 Georg Friedrich Handel
Clemmie, Year 9 Piano ‘Voiles’ from Preludes, Book 1 Claude Debussy
Leila, Lower Sixth Flute Concertino for Flute Cécile Chaminade
Emily, Upper Sixth Voice Cradle Song Benjamin Britten
Sophia, Year 10 Viola Evening in the Village Béla Bartók
Caitlin, Year 9 Piano Sonatina Op.100 Nikolai Kapustin
Sophie, Lower Sixth Cello 'Prayer' from Jewish Life Ernest Bloch
Jemima, Lower Sixth Voice 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born Lady Gaga
Florence, Lower Sixth Clarinet Vocalise étude en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel
Nicole, Year 11 Voice 'Memory' from Cats Andrew LLoyd Webber
Isabel, Year 10 Piano Piano Sonata No. 17, Op. 31, No. 2, 1st movement Ludwig van Beethoven

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