Music Events

​This week’s Performers’ Platform focused on solo performances and chamber music ensembles by some of KEHS’ musicians. The concert began with a string quartet consisting of Alicia, Sharon, Ritisha and Bryneet, who performed a beautiful rendition of the allegro from Mozart’s Divertimento in F major. Eva played with...

This week’s Performers’ Platform focused on solo performances and chamber music ensembles by some of KEHS’ musicians. The concert began with a string quartet consisting of Alicia, Sharon, Ritisha and Bryneet, who performed a beautiful rendition of the allegro from Mozart’s Divertimento in F major. Eva played with spirit in a performance of Goens’ Tarantelle. Rhea played oboe in the Wind Trio, who gave an expressive interpretation of Boismortier’s Sonata in G major. Jiali gave us a lyrical performance of the Cantilena from Poulenc’s Sonata for Flute and Piano.

At this Thursday’s lunchtime recital, Beatrice opened the concert with her rendition of the Allegro from Monn’s Cello Concerto in G Minor, followed by Korngold’s Serenade from Der Schneemann. She took us on a beautiful musical journey, showcasing a variety of styles and techniques. Rhea performed the Scherzo and Déploration from Poulenc’s Sonata for Oboe and Piano. She captured the characteristics of the piece and played with a gorgeous tone. Bronagh performed the Adagio from Bach’s Sonata No. 1 in G minor, followed by the Scherzo from Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.1 in D major, showcasing a high level of skill and technique with both pieces; her rendition of the Prokofiev was superb and displayed her versatility as a violinist Thank you to Ms Sanders and Kate Thompson for accompanying the students.

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