Former student Hannah Murdoch has won a place at top drama school Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with a DaDA scholarship to study a three-year degree in Musical Theatre. Watch out for Hannah in the future!
The last time Vocalise sang together before Covid-19 lockdown. We swept the board at Highbridge Festival of the Arts and came away with FIVE gold medals! We’re so looking forward to meeting again in September 2021 in our new home.
Our first outing to Weston Festival gave us a clean sweep. We won all three choir classes – all with Honours marks – and the highest mark I have ever seen at a festival – 94 – for our 15 minute Mamma Mia medley. Simply Six and The Octettes each won a class, both with distinction.
Success for Vocalise at Highbridge Festival of the Arts – four golds and one silver medal, and the ONLY Honours marks of the whole music event for their rendition of A Handful of Songs and You’ll never walk alone in the unison song class. Simply Six won two gold medals, both with distinction marks, and The Octettes and The Treblemakers each won a silver with distinction and a bronze.
Many congratulations to Ann’s student, Hannah Murdoch, who has won a place on the Intensive 2 year Triple Threat Musical Theatre Course at the Emil Dale Academy in Hertfordshire. Success at her first audition! Well done, Hannah!
Weston & Worle resident
Success at Highbridge festival of the arts, where Vocalise won four gold and one silver medal.
Spin-off groups ‘Treblemakers’, ‘Simply Six’ and ‘Octettes’ also won two gold, two silver and two bronze medals between them.