Posted on 23-03-2012 in Alumni
Former Tring Park student Jennifer France has won the highly prestigious Patrons Award at the Royal Academy of Music of which the prize is a coveted recital at London's Wigmore Hall on 28 May at 7.30. Jennifer has won the Isabel Jay Opera Prize, the Michael Head prize, is a member of the Song Circle and is a soloist for the Bach Cantata series. Jennifer is also a recent Samling Scholar and is the recipient of a major award from the Countess of Munster Trust.
Jennifer has performed at Buxton Opera Festival and the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival for the last two years where roles include Geraldine (A Hand of Bridge), Philline (Cover Mignon) and Kate (The Yeomen of the Guard).
For tickets please contact the Wigmore Hall box office: 020 7935 2141.
Come to the Markova Theatre on Thursday 29 March at 7.30 to see a show choreographed and danced exclusively by Tring Park's 6th Form dancers. Tickets are free and may be booked by telephone: 01442 821516.
Upper 6th student Lydia McAllister has won the opportunity to support the band McFly on one their 26-night tour gigs at the Margate Winter Gardens on 13 March. Following a 'Battle of the Bands' Lydia and her songwriting partner Becky East's band Wayward Daughter were selected from hundreds of hopefuls who posted their music onto FaceBook. McFly heard the top 50 and selected 26 groups to join them on their forthcoming tour. They were the only female band in the top 10 and came top in their region. See more of Wayward Daughter on www.facebook.com/WaywardDaughterMusic.
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