On Tuesday 12th December, Priestnall School hosted Winter Wonderland, a wonderfully festive music concert!
Winter Wonderland featured a variety of musical performances by students from different year groups, impressing audiences with their talents.
The Orchestra got the evening started, setting the mood with two classics; Joy To The World and Simply Christmas.
For their next two songs, the Orchestra invited the audience to sing along as they expertly performed Silent Night and Hark The Herald Angels Sing.
With everyone feeling suitably festive, the first solo performance of the night came from Pippa who sang a beautiful rendition of Once Upon A December.
Next, the Choirs filled the hall with harmony as they sang The Climb and Seasons of Love.
After that, the second solo of the night was from Penny, who delivered a stunning performance of I’m Not That Girl from Wicked.
Closing the first half of the evening, the KS3 Band treated the audience to two more festive favourites; Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty The Snowman
After a short interval, our talented Choirs brought back the energy as they performed The Christmas Song and Holly Jolly Christmas.
Next up, performing Melody For Candy, Aaron delivered a wonderfully jolly saxophone solo!
The Orchestra returned with four more merry tunes, including another lively audience sing along with Jingle Bells.
Bringing the evening to a close, the Choirs came together to sing Love Shone Down, which was followed by Winter Wonderland.
Finally, the audience were invited to join in for one last sing along with Merry Christmas Everybody, ending the concert on a high note!
The Winter Wonderland concert was a fantastic event.
A huge congratulations and well done to all our students and staff who made the concert such a success – we were blown away by the level of musical talent on display!
We’re grateful to everyone who joined us in this lovely celebration and hope you enjoyed the evening.
Attend Priestnall School and interested in performing? Have a look at our Music Electives.