Jazz and Soul Evening at The Concorde Club
Barton Peveril Sixth Form College Popular Music and Jazz Studies students performed in their own Jazz and Soul Evening at The Concorde Club, Eastleigh, on Monday 16th March 2020 alongside renowned Musician Pete Churchill.
The students performed a mix of popular jazz and soul classics, to local residents, friends, and family. The group of College students were joined by Musician Pete Churchill, who has worked extensively in the industry and has been behind the music in a range of productions on London’s West End.
Popular Music and Jazz Studies students perform in a series of Jazz and Soul Evenings, both in the College’s own Rose Theatre and at The Concorde Club throughout their time at Barton Peveril. For the second year students, this was their last time performing as a group before completing their studies and progressing to world renowned conservatoires, universities across the country, apprenticeships, and into employment.
Speaking on performing in the event, former The Mountbatten School student Madeleine Penfold said:
“It was another great opportunity and experience to perform at The Concorde Club especially alongside Pete Churchill. This was a great way to end our time at Barton!”