Christmas concert rehearsal schedule 2016

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Time Type Location Teacher
Mon Nov 28 – after school
3.30 – 4.45 Jazz Band Mr Lodge/Ms Mayall
Tue Nov 29 – Day 2
8.40 Tue solos: Hannah A 7-6, Y13s TBC Ms Mayall
9.05 String Orchestra Mrs Janes/Ms Mayall
9.35 2nd Orchestra Miss Wright/Ms Mayall
10.05 Senior Choir Ms Dickinson/Ms Mayall
10.35 Chamber Choir: We 3 Kings/White Christmas Ms Dickinson/Ms Mayall
11.05 Rec
11.25 Junior Choir Ms Dickinson/Ms Mayall
12.05 Junior and Senior Choirs : Christmas Lullaby Ms Dickinson/Ms Mayall
12.30 Saxophone Ensemble Miss McCallum/Ms Mayall
1.00 Sixth Form stage managers meeting Ms Mayall
1.30 First Orchestra Ms Mayall
2.10 Wind Band Sixth Form Ms Mayall
2.30 Guitar Ensemble Sixth Form Ms Mayall
2.50 Flute Ensemble Sixth Form Ms Mayall
3.10 Chamber Choir and wine glasses players : Stars Ms Dickinson/Ms Mayall
3.45 End
7pm Concert – arrive at 6.30pm via the Main Entrance
Wednesday Nov 30th – Day 3
10.30 Wed solos : Eleanor N Y8/Recorder duet Katie A Y11, India S Y7, Y13s TBC Ms Mayall
11.05 Rec
11.25 Junior Strings Sixth Form Ms Mayall
11.40 Recorder Ensemble Sixth Form Ms Mayall
12.00 Brass Ensemble Ms Mayall
1.30 Y10 Vocal Ensemble Annie Stedman Y11 Ms Mayall
2.00 Cello Ensemble Sixth Form Ms Mayall
7pm  Concert – arrive 6.30 pm via the Main Entrance

African Drumming

Y7 African Drumming, November 2016
Y7 African Drumming, November 2016

‘On Tuesday the 1st of November we had an exciting lesson on how to play the African drums. The lesson was great, we all learnt so many new things whilst, having a great time (we were all pleased that we were missing maths). The teacher was kind of mad, but a fun kind of mad. The drum I was playing was a djembe but there were other drums like the dundun, talking drum, bugarabu and some others.

When we arrived we firstly learnt how to hold the drum, then the different sounds on the drum (hitting the edge or the middle) then finally we played the drums! We did many tunes but my favourite was: ‘give the dog a bone, woof, woof, woof’ or ‘beans on toast, butter the bread.’ When I left the church hell 10.05am I knew way more things about African drumming then when I entered the room at 9:05am.’

Written by Kirsten M, 7-1

Lancashire Chamber Orchestra Autumn Concert

Sunday 20th November, 3pm

LCO 20th Nov 2016, 3pm, AGGS Main HallAltrincham Grammar School for Girls, Main Hall

Elgar: Serenade for Strings
Mozart: Clarinet Concerto
Schubert: Symphony No. 5

Conductor: Robert Chasey
Soloist: Lynn Threadgold
Leader: Anne Heaton

Tickets are £10 with programme and free entry for children

Phone 0161 980 4275 to reserve tickets or simply pay at the door, for more details visit:

www.lancashirechamber.co.uk