Gallery: Classical works and modern music in the mix at students’ concert

Framlingham College autumn concert.

Framlingham College autumn concert. - Credit: Archant

More than a quarter of the students at Framlingham College took part in the school’s autumn concert.

Its new-look music department led a diverse, uplifting and challenging programme, featuring many musical groups and a 100-strong choir.

The evening began with the concert band playing music from the film The Hunger Games, and the first session included a debut performance by the string trio, formed by music teacher Elizabeth Law, who joined the college in September, while the chamber choir performed two pieces appropriate for Remembrance Day.

The second half featured one of the highlights of the evening, the college orchestra playing Elgar’s Nimrod from the Enigma Variations.

The string quartet also performed Grieg’s Norwegian Suite, while the popular barbershop and the big band gave rousing renditions of the Rocky theme Gonna Fly Now and Michael Jackson’s Thriller.


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