Making music together

Any child who has been learning to play a musical instrument for at least 6 months is welcome to join the orchestra. There is no minimum standard requires, but it helps if you already know how to read music. We can provide easy parts or more tricky parts to suit the standard of the players.

The orchestra usually perform at least twice a year - in the Christmas service and in the Easter Music Evenings. From time to time, we also take part in workshops and concerts with orchestras from other local schools.

Music for spring term 2018

During the spring we will be preparing for our performance at the Music Evenings on 20th and 21st March. We are starting off with a classical piece and a pop song.

To ehlp get to know the pieces here are some video links:

Finale from Stravinsky's Firebird Suite

Love is All by Roger Glover from The Butterfly Ball

Christmas concert 2017

Christmas 2017

Orchestra gave three performances this Christmas - first at Horfield Parish Church, where they played Tango and White Christmas for the Save The Children carol concert; then at An HJS Christmas in the school hall, where they played everything they learnt this term, and finally at St Peter's Church on the last day of term when they played Carol of the Drum. You can hear a recording of the rehearsal version, recorded in the church on Thursday 14th December, here:

Club details

Takes place on Thursday Time: 3:40-4:40
Meets in The Hall Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
Open to: Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
Club run by Mr Barber
Cost: No charge

Gallery - Orchestra 2017

Video of our orchestra workshop rehearsal