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LGGS Young Musician of the Year 2020 Winners

7th Jul 2020

LGGS Young Musician of the Year 2020 Winners

‘Young Musician of the Year’ is one of the lesser-known & best-loved musical events in the school calendar but one that we think is so crucial to the development of our students’ musical skills. It enables young musicians to show us what they have been working on in a supportive and creative atmosphere and every year we are always so impressed by what we hear and see! It’s for this reason that we couldn’t possibly let it be cancelled this year… so it moved online! Participants were asked to send us a video of their performances, which were then judged by Mr Swannell, Mrs Martin and the Assistant Heads for the Arts. The abundance of talent which has been displayed in this year's entries, despite what is arguably a difficult and unpredictable time, just goes to show that the level of musical ability in LGGS is truly something to be proud of. As a team, we have loved every performance and are excited to release a selection of the winners’ pieces at the end of the term for the wider school community, as we are unable to provide a concert this year.    Thank you so much to everyone who entered and for keeping LGGS music alive and keeping everyone's spirits up - you all have incredible talent and courage. Please find the full results of 'The Young Musician of the Year' competition below. Anouk Waller-Sargent & Bella Tyler, Assistant Head Girls for Music and the Arts.  JUNIOR VOICE 1st place: Ruth Graves 2nd place: Nicola Lutaaya 3rd place: Siri Ram JUNIOR WOODWIND 1st place: Olivia Elmsley 2nd place: Rose Fyson and Elinor Philpott JUNIOR BRASS 1st place: Emily Yates 2nd place: Jessica Argall JUNIOR PIANO  1st place: Olivia Elmsley 2nd place: Katie Davison JUNIOR STRINGS  1st place: Sophia Walls 2nd place: Audrey Brennand SENIOR PIANO  1st place: Marlene Zou 2nd place: Eleanor Helm SENIOR STRINGS  1st place: Jocelyn Soetanto 2nd place: Phoebe Hayashi, Lucy Hayashi, Charlotte Salisbury (in no particular order!!) SENIOR VOICE 1st place: Hania Haq 2nd place: Bella Leong Smith Senior woodwind was very rudely interrupted by the coronavirus so we decided to split it up: SENIOR WOODWIND (in school edition) 1st place: Rachel Mokete 2nd place: Katherine Tanner and Rebecca Argall SENIOR WOODWIND (online edition) 1st place: Lauren Usher 2nd place: Isabel Street Anouk Waller-Sargent Assistant Head girl for the Arts and Music  

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