Young Musician of the Year
The school’s growing musical talent was on show at the Young Musician of the Year show.
Six talented musicians made it through to the final celebration following dozens of excellent solo performances across the school. Head of Music Mr Corrigan had the unenviable task of deciding the finalists, and the six chosen covered piano, percussion, guitar and voice.
Mr Corrigan said, “The concert also saw some fantastic performances from musicians across our school including our RadLads Boys Choir, the Vocal Group, the Cast of Joseph and some staff performances as well. I am incredibly proud of all of our musicians who demonstrated once again that they are absolute professionals and that The Radclyffe School is a beacon of excellence for the Performing Arts.”
At the end of the evening a winner had to be announced, and the judges decided it was Samuel O’Neill, who sang and played piano to She used to be mine, from the musical The Waitress. Many congratulations Samuel, and to the other finalists; pianist William Smith; Cara Bourne, Vocals; Rubya Choudhury, percussion; guitarist Ahmet Andic and vocalist Sara Sheikh.