The St. Luke’s School Orchestra
Our school orchestra is going from strength to strength – in September it will be in its third year! In the “2015/16 Season” we played some Baroque music, a French 60s pop tune, Jingle Bell Rock, a Jamaican rumba, a Spanish piece especially written for the orchestra, a Russian folk song and some film music.
The children in the orchestra are doing a fantastic job – practising their parts, learning some quite complex arrangements and performing brilliantly in our regular concerts. We have a great line up of instruments: recorders, violins, keyboards, xylophones, metallophones, cello, guitars and cornet.
The orchestra is led by Bernd Rest, a local composer, guitarist and instrumental teacher. He writes tailor-made parts for all the children, ensuring that everyone can fully take part in the music-making, irrespective of their level of experience. The orchestra is open to children from Yr. 3-6 who are learning an instrument (in or out of school) and have some experience of reading music.
Please get in touch with Bernd on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the orchestra.