Come and Sing Jazz Concert Success

Come and Sing Jazz Concert Success

The Music Department and Caterham School Society held their first Come and Sing concert at the United Reformed Church and have received much praise from singers and audience members alike. Following only five sessions, the choir comprising parents, old Caterhamians, staff and pupils learnt an enjoyable selection of Jazz standards that included: It Don’t Mean A Thing, Mack The Knife, Over The Rainbow and Moon River, and made an impressive sound!

Other singers came from local choirs and were supported by Barisons Singers, a community choir from Epsom. The concert also featured pupils from the String Ensemble who accompanied some of the songs as well as performing their own piece, Fly Me To The Moon. The concert was also supported by a fantastic trio featuring Mr Hall (piano) and two VMTs; Mr White (bass) and Mr Briggs (drums).

The event also raised money for The Royal Marsden. The whole project has raised over £900 for charity. A resounding success for one and all!

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