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The House Music and House Choir results are in! Mr Pratt has announced the following winners of the competition that took place back in February. Well done to all the winners!

Overall Results :




Best House Final : Austen
Most First Round Entries Frank
Most Entertaining Choir : Frank
Most Musical Choir : Austen
Best Rehearsed Choir : Frank
Best Choir Director : Sixth Former Sammi B (Pankhurst)
Best Overall Performer : Sixth Former Chloe P (Austen)
Best Austen Performance : Fifth Former Millie W (Austen)
Best Frank Performance : Third Former Kelsi T (Frank)
Best Pankhurst Performance : Fourth Former Evelyn M,violin (Pankhurst)
Best Vocal Performance : Fifth Former Imogen R (Frank)
Most Promising Vocalists : Second Former Alice W (Pankhurst)
Third Former Lottie C (Pankhurst)
Most Promising Pianist : Third Former Phoebe A (Frank)
Best Woodwind Performance : Third Former Poppy D (Pankhurst)
Best Brass Performance : Fifth Former Brydie A (Austen)
Most Promising String Player : Second Former Megan R (Austen)
Best Vocalist Instrumentalists : Second Former Mia B (Austen)
Second Former Ella (Pankhurst)
Best Ensemble : Third Formers Izzy & Eloise (Frank)
Director of Music Awards : Fourth Former Daisy E (Austen)
Third Former Katie G (Austen)
Third Former Boe T (Austen)
Sixth Former Emily B (Frank)
Fourth Former Tallulah H (Frank)
First Former Robyn M (Frank)
Sixth Former Holly G (Pankhurst)
Second Former Phoebe J (Pankhurst)
Fourth Former Grace S (Pankhurst)

The girls were in good voice on Wednesday when they competed in House Choir in the afternoon and House Music later that same evening.

All three choirs sang ‘Havana’ by Camila Cabello, taking turns to impress the judging panel with their different talents. Austen introduced a clever mashup of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’, Frank creatively added the use of live musicians including Mr Butler on the bongos, and Pankhurst had great rhythm, use of movement and musicality.

For House Music, parents were invited into the Assembly Hall and treated to an evening of musical variety. Each House had a forty five minute slot, in which each performer was given a strict two minute window to showcase their talents to Mrs Kirnig and Mr Thurston, our Rock and Pop teacher. From soprano singing, piano boogie-woogie, heavenly harping to trombone acrobatics, musical theatre numbers, clever bass guitar playing, soulful soloists and potential girl bands of the future. Well done to all the brilliant performers.

Watch this space as the winners of both the House Choir and House Music will be announced after half-term!