The Hampton School Keyboard Concert showcased the breadth of talent from musicians across the year groups.

Pianists from Second Year to Upper Sixth treated a packed Hammond Theatre audience to a range of keyboard performances, from the delicate music of Bach to dramatic sonata movements by Beethoven and the lively Jazz of Fats Waller. The concert also featured the piece Romance, written and performed by Lower Sixth Hamptonian Rohan Crowe, and audience members were hugely impressed by his talent, both as a performer and a composer.

Mr Daniel Roland, Director of Music at Hampton, praised our young musicians for a series of fantastic performances:

I was personally extremely proud of our young pianists – to have a packed programme of 30 hamptonians performing music of such a high standard is very special. A huge congratulations to all involved.

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