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Hallé selection success for musicians

Fifth Year Halle Youth Choir pupils

A number of the school’s talented musicians have cause for celebration after gaining a place in The Hallé’s prestigious ensembles.

Fifth Years Lily Amet, Liv Dow, Eloise Scott (all soprano) and Ella Moran (alto) join the Upper Sixth’s Kate Langton (soprano) in the Hallé Youth Choir whilst Liv (cello) also appears in the Hallé Youth Orchestra alongside Sixth Former Zoe Shah (violin) and Fifth Year performers Talia Zelhof (oboe), Ben Wood (clarinet) and Patrick Owen (trumpet).

The Hallé Youth Choir, which was established in 2003 and is recognised one of the country’s leading mixed-voice youth choirs, is for talented young singers aged 13-19 across the North West who feel confident reading music and are passionate about singing in a choir.

The Hallé Youth Orchestra offers outstanding young instrumentalists aged 13-19 the experience of playing in a full symphony orchestra supported by professional musicians.

SGS is delighted to see such strong representation in Hallé’s highly respected ensembles and we look forward to watching the gifted students continue to flourish.