Music at Ryders Green
Music Concert Feb 2018
On Wednesday the 10th January 2018, 26 Y4 children went to perform songs that they had rehearsed from September, at the Genting Arena Birmingham.
The children were very excited to perform with several other school from the West Midlands area to create a massed choir of approx. 6000 voices. They were conducted by David Lawrence, accompanied by a group of dancers from Urban Strides and soloists Natalie Williams and Alfie Sheard.
The Children were superbly well behaved and sang their hearts out.
Parents comments have included:
….’my child had a chance to experience working with others and also to perform in front of a big group of people’…
…’I would definitely encourage my son to go again!’…
We hope to give a flavour of the evening in our summer concert.
Carol singing at Goldfield Court - 6th December 2017
On Wednesday our school wind band and a selection from the Y4 Young Voices Choir went to sing and play carols at Goldfield Court.
The residents were delighted withtheir afternoon of festive music and were able to join in with the singing too. After the children performed they went and spoke to some of the residents about school and the up and coming festivities.
Year 2 Big Spring Sing Workshop
Young Voices 2017
“I would want to go again and my favourite part was when we were doing ‘Malisule’. I would recommend it to someone else. But I didn’t like the part when we had to jump up and down. I liked it when the lights turned us into different colours.”
“I enjoyed it because the lights lit up the sky which was a great effect. My favourite part was singing ‘Malisule’ and dancing along with the music. I would recommend it and it was great, the biggest concert that I have ever seen. You should go there because it is fantastic and is just never ending. Next year hopefully, it will be even better and much bigger.”
“I liked it when we did the dance moves they were really fun. I liked it when the guy jumped around and showed us the moves. I didn’t dislike anything. I would recommend it to my friends because I think they would enjoy it too!
My favourite part was ‘Ain’t no mountain high enough’, I loved the YV t-shirts.
“This concert was my first ever and possibly the greatest as I am only a child. I liked every part of it. ‘What was there not to like?’ I recommend it to every child in the country!
My favourite part was when we were rocking out at all the rock songs. It was great and I wish I could go there again.”
Music at Ryders Green