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Talented Students Receive Offers to Study Music

January 13th, 2015

 

Five talented OSH musicians have been offered places at top institutions to further their musical ambitions.

Matt Eden has accepted a place at the Royal Northern College of Music to study BMus (Honours) within the School of Composition.

Cellist Harry Broom has been awarded a 50% scholarship at the Birmingham Conservatoire to also study BMus (Honours).

William Peart will be joining Gloucester Cathedral as an Organ Scholar for one year. He would like to pursue a career in church music and will be applying to university next year.

Following their Gap year, Will Croft has received an offer from St Hugh’s Oxford to read Music and Chloe Baker will study violin at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Director of Music Tony Bridgewater said, “We are delighted by the amazingly high standard our Sixth Form students have achieved through their hard work and dedication in performance, composition and academic study. Each one has made a unique contribution to music at OSH, and has enabled us to set and maintain a very high level of achievement, both in our A level results and in our many ensembles and choirs.”

 

Pic shows from left to right: Current OSH students Harry Broom, Matt Eden and William Peart.