Millfield Prep and Pre-Prep Pupils Perform Tea & Music Concert

This week, pupils from Millfield Prep and Pre-Prep took part in the final Tea & Music Concert of the spring term.

The concert was premiered on YouTube for the whole Millfield community to enjoy. There were an incredible 45 performances from pupils, from Pre-Prep all the way up to Year 8.

A wide variety of instruments were showcased, including stunning performances on the harp, French horn, drums, piano, xylophone, bassoon, trumpet, bass guitar, double bass, flute, saxophone, cello, violin and singing. There was even a performance from the Year 4 Low Brass Ensemble.

"It has been fantastic to be back in school again, seeing and hearing the Music Department full of life and it’s been great to walk around and hear what all the pupils have been working on," says Assistant Director of Music Jon Hall. "It’s a real credit to them, that after so many weeks having lessons remotely, they have pieces ready to perform and record. Their hard work, dedication and enthusiasm make concerts like this possible."

Find out more about Music at Millfield Prep School here.

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