Second Place For Music Scholar Gabrielle

Gabrielle Woodward, L6, has been awarded second place for her composition, “Shepherd No More Singing”, at the final of the National Centre of Early Music (NCEM) Young Composers Award 2015. This is the first time that a Queen Anne’s pupil has ever reached the final of this prestigious and national annual award. Click here to […]

9/11 Sculpture Unveiled By Music From Queen Anne's Student

Today (Tuesday 17 March), music composed by L6 student, Gabrielle Woodward, will feature at the unveiling of a sculpture created in memory of the victims of 9/11. The sculpture is being unveiled by The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, at The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London, and Gabrielle’s composition, ‘IX/XI’, will be played by […]

Music Maestros

Queen Anne’s musicians have had a busy time over the summer break attaining numerous musical achievements: L6 student, Gabrielle, gained her Higher Certificate in Musical Awareness from the Guildhall School of Music and commendations for her composition work alongside a fantastic set of GCSE results. Gabrielle then attended one of the Eton Choral courses alongside […]

Queen Anne's Music Department Hold First Ever Composition Competition

On Friday 6 December, Queen Anne’s Music Department was delighted to welcome two of Britain’s foremost composers to adjudicate the first Composition Competition. Philip Sheppard works at the Royal Academy of Music and is a freelance composer of film music. He was recently commissioned to arrange the national anthems of every country in the world, for […]

Gabrielle Accepted For Composition Course

Congratulations to Gabrielle Woodward, L5, who has been accepted on to the Composition course at the Junior Guildhall School of Music. Gabrielle will study at the specialist Saturday School as of September. The Guildhall School of Music is based in London and offers advanced training to young people between the ages of 4 and 18. The students […]