Three Sedbergh musicians have recently gained entry into the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. They join existing members, Charity Schofield (U6, L) and Sam Duffield (OS, 2012), in what is a most prestigious setup.
The three pupils are Thomas Willock (Y10, School)
Mollie Richmond (Y10, Robertson)
Mollie performing at the annual Jazz & Swing evening
James Horan (Y9, Winder)
Music plays a prominent part in the life of all boys and girls at Sedbergh School. Among the best independent boarding school music departments in the country, the school affords musicians a high status and we are able to offer unrivalled attention to the individual. Musicians benefit from our new state-of-the-art recording rooms and acoustically designed performance facilities. Combined with our traditional conservatoire style teaching and our youthful, dynamic staff, it means that Sedbergh musicians get the best of both worlds, traditional and modern.
The Thornely Studio opened in 2011 with £1 million investment in Music facilities at Sedbergh