A Night of Chamber Music Delights Audience

The Rose Theatre showcased its versatility once again. This time as it was transformed into a classical recital format on Wednesday 6th March. Various ensembles and repertoires were featured, including performances by The Barton Peveril String Quartet of Dvorak ‘American’ String Quartet and the full String Ensemble’s rendition of Elgar’s String Serenade. Other chamber ensembles included the Chamber Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Chamber Choir, and Music Theatre Pit Band, offering a glimpse of the upcoming performance of A Chorus Line.

The theatre’s acoustics complemented the evening’s varied programme, with highlights including performances by the college’s pianists on the Steinway grand, second year A Level students presenting works from their forthcoming final recitals, and a small jazz set.

Attendees were impressed by the diverse talent, and one audience member remarked,

It was incredible to see such a wide range of talent on show. We look forward to future recitals!

The Performing Arts Department hosts eagerly anticipated productions throughout the academic year, with recent highlights including the Spring Chamber Music Concert, the Tempest, and Romeo & Juliet. With each production, the Performing Arts Department aims to create immersive experiences, captivating audiences with a wide variety of talent. The next Musical presented by Musical Theatre students is A Chorus Line, scheduled at The Rose Theatre from 24th to 27th April 2024. 

For more information about Performing Arts at Barton Peveril Sixth Form College, please visit https://barton-peveril.ac.uk/blog/category/performing-arts/.

For updates on Music Department activities, please follow their Instagram account: @bartonpeverilmusic

For updates on Performing Arts Department activities, please follow their Instagram account: @bartonperformingarts

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