On Friday 4th and Saturday 5th of March we travelled to Wesley College in Dublin for the Interschools Music Festival. It’s one of the key events for the music department in the school calendrer. It has been sorely missed over the previous year due to Covid-19. For many it was their first time performing in front of a live audience. We had over 60 pupils taking part over the weekend competing against students from over 20 schools from all over Ireland. A great weekend was had by all. Please find the results below.
- Jarlath Neutze - U16 Solo Singing Popular - Highly Commended
- Chamber Choir – Unaccompanied Vocal Ensemble – Highly Commended – Collected today by Beverly Colton and Jack Morrissey
- Sophie Cahill - U14 Popular Singing – Second Place
U16 Brass – Second Place
- Katie Cleary – U14 Popular Singing – Highly Commended
- Sophie Moynan – U14 Popular Singing – First Class Honours
- Faye Jacobs – U14 Classical Singing – First Class Honours.
U14 Strings - Highly Commended
- College Orchestra – Secondary Level Chamber Orchestra – Highly Commended – Collected by Cathal Acreman and Annabel Smyth
- College Jazz Band – Secondary Level Band – Second Place – Collected by Ella Hogg and Ben James.
- Sean Morrow – U16 Piano Solo – First class honours
- College Saxophone Quartet – O15 Chamber Music – Second Place (Hannah Cahill, Tara Neutze, Sean Morrow, Natasha Guilfoyle) – Collected today by Tara Neutze and Natasha Guilfoyle
- Tara Neutze – U17 Popular singing – First class honours
- Hannah Cahill – U17 Popular Singing – Second Place
- Jim Parmeter – O17 Classical Singing – First Class Honours
- Amelie O’Kelly Brown – O17 Classical Singing – First Place (Pembrey Cup)
- Kila Mercado – O15 Percussion – Highly Commended
- Bronagh Smyth – U17 Solos Popular Song – First Place
- Lauren Grace – O17 Classical Singing – First Class Honours
- Jack Morrissey – O15 Classical & Acoustic Guitar – Second Place
- Isobel Jackson – U17 Solo Popular Song – Highly Commended