On Saturday 4th March 2017, over 150 pupils from the Royal Hospital School will be taking to the stage for the annual Gala Concert in aid of the Suffolk Community Foundation, Bikeactive, Mencap, The Woolverstone Project and Riding for the Disabled Association.
The evening is one of the school’s musical highlights of the year, and showcases the wealth of talent, musical diversity and incredibly high standards that are synonymous with RHS. From the serenity of sacred choral music to the shimmering strings of the school orchestra to the exhilarating Finale from Saint-Saen’s organ symphony performed by the school’s organist and school band, the evening promises to have something for everybody.
Year 10’s Ollie Liston, who will be performing in several ensembles, said:
“The great thing with RHS is the amount of opportunities we get to do some really exciting things – I’ll be playing trumpet in the big band, orchestra, band and brass ensemble, so it’s going to be a busy night!”
William Saunders, Director of Music, added:
“My colleagues and I are certain this is going to be the best Gala Concert yet, and the pupils have worked really hard to polish their performances. We look forward to welcoming you to our amazing school.”
If you would like to be present at this event, which will take place in the Royal Hospital School Chapel at 7pm this Saturday, tickets can be purchased at experiencetickets.co.uk/rhsmusic
[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” class=”” width=””]Tickets are priced at £10 and £7 with concession, students are free. Tickets available on line here: experiencetickets.co.uk/rhsmusic Free parking is available [/box]