Some of Rydal Penrhos Prep School’s most talented vocalists and musicians showcased their exceptional skills at a special event.
The Spring Term Young Performers’ Concert took place on Wednesday, February 13, which saw a wealth of different and varies year groups demonstrating what they had taken on board during their sessions with Music teacher Richard Davies and other specialist coaches.
Emily Nurse kicked-off proceedings with a lovely Piano solo, before Cameron Pye demonstrated his outstanding vocal talents.
Honey Hodgson-Roberts, Ava Culver and Lawrence Aspell all contributed to the Concert with eye-catching Piano pieces, with a Guitar and Drum duet from aspiring rock stars Will Glanville and Dominic Chamberlain proving to be another notable feature of the showcase.
The singing solo of Areesha Owais was a huge hit with those in attendance, with the Year 6 duo of Zack Coverley and Tristan Griffiths’ Piano and Drum duet drawing a huge ovation.
Will McLaughlin and Head Boy Ellis Lister-Brookes also performed a duet with aplomb, before Tristan took the stage again for a Drum and Singing piece with classmate Freddie MacLaverty.
The progression of Lewis Jellicoe on the Piano was further evident during his solo, with Noah Roberts (Saxophone), Keira Luke (Piano), Eleanor Turner (Singing) and Martha-Rose Johnson (Piano) also bringing the concerts to life with their respective performances.
A passionate singing solo from Tilly Trueman was full of her customary energy and presence, with multi-talented Year 5 pupil Lily Copeland closing the show on the Piano.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “It was so heart-warming to see our young pupils performing so well in front of a live audience, and hopefully they all got a great deal out of the experience.
“Concerts like this are a great way for them to improve their confidence and self-belief in their ability, and they all did themselves and the school proud.”