Congratulations to U6 student, Lydia Marshall, who has achieved a Distinction in her Trinity Advanced Certificate for Singing. Lydia gained 92 marks out of 100 for this recital based examination which is a remarkable achievement! The qualification is the equivalent of a university performance examination. Lydia is hoping to study Music at Durham University after […]
On Wednesday 11 March, a cappella vocal group, ‘The Queen’s Six’, visited Queen Anne’s to run a workshop with pupils. On Thursday 12 March, the group also performed a concert attended by pupils, parents and the local community. ‘The Queen’s Six’ are a male vocal group from Windsor Castle, made up of two countertenors, two tenors, […]
Held in Chapel (with the exception of the L6).
An article written by Mr John Padley, Director of Music at Queen Anne’s, has featured in Music Teaching Professionals (MMA) flagship publication Ensemble Magazine. Mr Padley’s article entitled ‘Where there’s METHOD, there’s fun and learning’ focuses on the VOCES8 method and how the singing tool has been adopted at Queen Anne’s School. The VOCES8 method, […]
Queen Anne’s Voces8 group feature in an article in The Sunday Telegraph entitled ‘Can music make your child cleverer?’ Published on Sunday 23 February, the article explores new evidence suggesting that if a child is actively involved in music-making for as little as 30 minutes to an hour a week (as opposed to being passively […]