St Peter's 13-18
It was a very different, distanced Cabaret Concert this year.
At St Peter's, we aimed to provide the pupils with the best experience that we could within the guidance and for the younger children to be able to watch our leavers perform. The School Choir was split in half and performed over two nights, with each year group bubble maintained and distanced within themselves and widely spaced in our Memorial Hall.
The Upper Sixth year group did not disappoint with some wonderful solos. The stage bubble also contained the Swing Band, who provided a fantastic foundation to a number of solos, and the Boys’ and Girls’ Barbershops, who greatly enjoyed their sets, with some highly enjoyable and fun singing. The Clarinet Choir contributed a stylish ‘Tango’ and the School Choir were in fine form with separate items for the boys and girls and a heart-warming combined medley from ‘The Sound of Music’ at the end.
Mr Miles-Kingston, Director of Music at St Peter’s School said "I am very grateful to all the pupils who took part and especially to the Upper Sixth musicians, who have been magnificent throughout this year. My thanks also to Mr Wright, Dr Harrison, Miss Tomlinson, Mr Spencer and Miss Burns for their hard work on the show and to other colleagues who helped with the choir supervision led by Mrs Miles-Kingston."
This was a joyful and emotional return to live music and captured the spirit of our Cabaret, which has long been one of the musical highlights of the year at St Peter’s.