Come and join the first musical performance of the academic year and hear some of our talented solo performers in action. The event is preceded by a 15 minutes ASMS AGM with reports on last year's music, including the hugely successful Far East Music Tour, and plans for the coming year.
Admission is free.
We are delighted to welcome back international pianist and teacher, Yekaterina Lebedeva, who will work with six to eight of our senior pianists in front of a supportive audience.
Come and hear our most advanced solo instrumentalists perform in front of an invited adjudicator in competition for the coveted senior solo cup. Our adjudicator is Peter Foster, Director of Music at Oxford High School.
Ths concert provides the second opportunity of the term to hear some of Abingdon's finest solo musicians. Come and join us!
Abingdon's Chapel Choir joins with the Chapel Choir of Merton College, Oxford for what promises to be an exciting and moving choral experience.
Our annual choral concert of the Joint Schools Choral Society brings together pupils and parents from Abingdon and SHSK, both singers and instrumentalists, for a performance of Gjeillo's beautiful Sunrise Mass under the direction of Chapel Choir Director, Adam Treadaway. An event no to be missed!
We are delighted to welcome back international cellist, conductor and teacher, Robert Max, who will work with six to eight of our senior cellists in front of a supportive audience.
The Christmas Concerts are highlights of the Michaelmas Term Music Calendar and present the school's senior orchestras and bands in concert alongside the complete 1st year choir. The concert is given twice with a day's gap in order to accommodate everyone - you are advised to book early to avoid disappointment!
Made up of talented musicians from the Oxfordshire and Berkshire
region, both maintained and independent schools, the Thames Vale Youth Orchestra presents it's regular winter concert - McCunn's Land of the Mountain and the Flood, Copland's Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo and Bizet's colourful Suite from Carmen. Conducted by Abingdon's Director of Music, this should be a most enjoyable programme of music.