CHRISTMAS CONCERT 2016 | Catmose College



15 December

On Wednesday 14th December, the College held its annual Christmas Concert at All Saints Church, Oakham. The evening featured a variety of music and drama performances from students in all year groups, and everyone who took part did a tremendous job. The College music ensembles have continued to develop year on year, and this was reflected by the fact that over 100 students took part in the concert. The Performing Arts team would like to extend their thanks to everyone who helped to organise this year’s concert, including the technical team, the students who were selling refreshments to raise money for the Sumatra trip, and our team of peripatetic music teachers. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support, and look forward to seeing you at our performances in the New Year.

You can watch a video of the performances here.

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