Sixth Form members of the school choir sang beautifully at the fourth annual Worthians Carol Service in London in December 2019. More than 120 former students, representing several different decades, attended the carol service which this year was held at St Mary Moorfields Catholic Church, near Moorgate. Worth Abbey's international acclaimed organist Mr D'Arcy Trinkwon accompanied the chamber choir and there were a number of readings.
The Summer Concert on the eve of Speech Day was a wonderful celebration of music at Worth. A superb evening provided a review of some of the musical highlights of the year at Worth and featured performances in a wide range of styles by our talented young musicians. The concert began with Worth’s 50-strong Symphony Orchestra performing Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture. Other musical treats included our Chamber Choir, the winner of the Worth Musician of the Year competition and jazzier numbers from the Saxophone Ensemble, Jazz Band, Concert Band and Gospel Choir. Pictures by Simon Dack.
The inaugural Worth Musician of the Year final in May 2019 showcased the wonderful musical talent within the School. Four fantastic musicians provided a feast of music in the Coleburt Room. The final was judged by Mr Cristian Persinaru, a prize-winning violinist as well as a conductor and teacher. The four finalists included a singer, a saxophonist, a trombonist and a pianist. Following an incredibly tough decision to make, Mr Persinaru chose Freya Barker as the inaugural Worth Musician of the Year.
A jubilant St Anne's House celebrated as the whole of the senior school came together for the annual House Music competition. The nine senior Houses each performed a choral and ensemble piece and St Anne's emerged triumphant in both categories with their versions of gospel classic 'Oh Happy Day' and 'Burn'. St Mary's House came second overall and Gervase House, last year's winners, were third. Pictures by Sam Stephenson.
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