Laurelhill Community College Year 8 choir performing at the school's Spring Concert.
LAURELHILL Community College's annual Charity Spring Concert was held on Tuesday March 30.
Staff and pupils were so dedicated to staging the musical spectacular that they gave up their time to perfect group and solo performances.
The chosen charity this year is 'Teen Challenge, which aims to give teenagers a 'second chance' in life. Compere for the evening was Mr Michael McCully who praised the efforts of the pupils and staff. Performing for the first time was the College's popular 'Glee Club' who wowed the crowds with their rendition of Journey's hit single 'Don't Stop Believin' from the TV show 'Glee.
There were solo performances from students, including a clarinet solo by Andrew Wilson, vocal solos by Phillip Magee, Chloe Lyttle, Simon Walker, Rachael Moore and Caitlyn McCrea. The flute ensemble performed 'Killaloe, there was a flute duet of March Millitaire, a guitar solo by Josh Mulligan. a flute solo by Ben Houston and the Junior Choir sang 'Lift the Wings', while the College Choir performed Build Me Up Buttercup.
Other performances included a rendition of 'We Are The Champions' by the rock band, a drum solo by Jenny Patterson and a piano solo by Peter Flanagan.The concert ended with a performance of 'Yellow Submarine' by the College Band.
Speaking after the event, Head of the College's Music Department, Miss Melanie Johnston said: "The evening was a tremendous success. I am immensely proud of our pupils. The array of musical talent tonight was astounding and is indicative of the talent of pupils within the College. Or performers tonight were a credit to the College."
The Spring Concert raised £800 for 'Teen Challenge.
|Caitlyn McCrea singing at the recent Laurelhill Community College Spring Concert.||Paul Alexander, Lee Parker, Osama Hassan, Katie Thakray, Megan Walker and Melissa Robinson at the Laurelhill Community College Spring Concert.|
|Ben Houston performing at Laurelhill Community College's recent Spring Concert.||Head of the music department Miss Melanie Johnstone with members of Laurelhill's choir Robyn Tucker, Rachel McMichael and Amy McClements at the school's recent Spring Concert|