On Tuesday 4th April, Tytherington School hosted its annual Spring Concert event showcasing the best musical talent the school has to offer. Hundreds of parents and students packed into the Main Hall for an evening of musical brilliance and celebration.
Nearly 100 students took part. There were several spectacular solo and ensemble pieces from across the age range. It was great to see a number of different bands and choirs represented. These included performances from the Jazz band, Woodwind Ensemble, Junior choir, Senior Choir Steel Drum Band, Senior String Group, Junior String Group, Brass Group, Senior Choir, Flute Group and Concert Band. The audience also enjoyed fantastic solo performances from Xabier Wilson (Saxophone), Charlie Coldwell (Trumpet), Rosie Ogden (Piano) and Lily Hill (singing).
Musical opportunities for students at Tytherington School continue to go from strength to strength. Mr Liley, Head of Music, said: “The quality of the performances just gets better every year. This is down to the students’ dedication and hard work”.
Manny Botwe, Headteacher, added: “We have a great department here. One in ten students took part in the concert which is a great achievement. They were brilliant. We want the full range of our students to take part in high quality musical performances. Mr Liley and Miss Leishman are dedicated members of staff whose passion is taking music at Tytherington School to yet another level.”
Please view the programme below.
Spring Concert Programme 2017