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It’s a piano medley for the first Tea-Time Concert of 2022

This week our Tea-Time Concert featured performances from some of Hallfield School’s fantastic pianists. Some as young as 6 and 7 years…

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25 February 2022

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It’s a piano medley for the first Tea-Time Concert of 2022

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This week our Tea-Time Concert featured performances from some of Hallfield School’s fantastic pianists. Some as young as 6 and 7 years old embraced the opportunity to take centre stage and perform solos in front of a live audience in the Prep Hall. Parents, staff and pupils were very proud of all the children that took part.

Hallfield’s Director of Music, Pip Jopling said: “The calibre of our musicians is improving year on year and we now have a number of pupils who play an instrument or sing to a grade 7 standard. This was certainly evident in the concert. This was a lovely opportunity to hear our pupils play and for them to have the opportunity to play our beautiful Kemble grand piano.”

A full list of participants and the pieces they played are below:

Year 2
  • HanduoInnocence – Friedrich Burgmüller
Year 3
  • HenryMinuet in D Minor – Johann Sebastian Bach
Year 4
  • HansonVivace from Fantasia in G Minor – Georg Philipp Telemann
  • Matthew – Theme from My Neighbour Totoro – Joe Hisaishi
Year 5
  • EthanLa Chevaleresque – Friedrich Burgmüller
  • JasmineAndante – Joseph Haydn
  • SafeyaEcossaise in G – Johann Wilhelm Hässler
  • SamanthaInvention Number 8 – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Zain –  Scary Stuff – Sarah Watt
Year 6
  • Andrew Señorita Tango – Alan Brown
  • AranPrelude in C – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • ChloeA Kwela for Caitlin – Richard Michael
  • FreyaCan Can – Jacques Offenbach
  • ShaniaThe Egyptian Level – Johann Wilhelm Hässler

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