We are delighted to share the second programme in our Summer Soirée Series, showcasing performances by girls of monologues and duologues for LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) Acting, Grades 4 and 5 qualifications.
The show features ensemble and solo performances by Music pupils and Scholars.
Acting, Grade 4 – Katelyn and Eleanor (Year 8): The Gingerbread Man, David Wood; Lana (Year 8): Daisy Pulls it Off, Denise Deegan; Livia and Molly (Year 8): Daisy Pulls it Off, Denise Deegan
Acting, Grade 5 – Scarlett (Year 9): Blithe Spirit, Noel Coward; Lily (Year 9): An Inspector Calls, J. B. Priestly; Lilia (Year 9): Bird, Katherine Chandler; Harriet and Libby (Year 9): Invisible Friends, Alan Ayckbourn
Year 10 GCSE Music Ensemble – Arranged and performed by: Becky, Morgan, Jo, Madeleine, Ophelia: Tomorrow, from Annie, John Strouse
Ensemble – Piano: Morgan (Year 10); Ophelia (Year 10); Eleanor (Year 11); Violin: Madeleine (Year 10); Isabel (Year 11); Sophie (Year 11): Due Tramonti, L. Einaudi; Arrangement by R. Derbyshire
Ensemble – Piano: Mona (College II); Flute: Yuki (College I): Street Where Wind Resides, Yukiko Isomura
Vocal – Abi (College I): How Could I Ever Know, Lucy Simon
The next show in the Summer Soirée Series will be published on Thursday 20 March. You can watch the previous show here, for Speaking in Public performances in Grades 2, 4, Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.
#DidYouKnow The Mount counts many talented performance artists among our alumnae? As well as esteemed national treasures such as Dame Judi Dench and Dame Margaret Drabble, we have women excelling in respective fields such as Naomi Sheldon, Bella Heesom and Laura Attridge.