Dodderhill girls head to Brum for Christmas concert - The Droitwich Standard

Dodderhill girls head to Brum for Christmas concert

Droitwich Editorial 23rd Dec, 2014 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016   0

DROITWICH schoolgirls sang up a storm at Birmingham Town Hall’s Christmas concert with the Canoldir Male Choir.

A group of 90 Dodderhill School pupils were among the 140 children’s voices which were accompanied by a brass band and the internationally renowned soprano Louise Lloyd.

Former pupil 17-year-old Isabelle Palmer was also invited to sing a solo and wowed crowds with her spine-tingling performance of Rutter’s Pie Jesu and In a Bleak Midwinter.

Headmistress Cate Mawston said: “Everyone involved thoroughly enjoyed the event.

“We were very proud of our girls in the choir who sang beautifully and of our former pupil Isabelle whose performance stunned the crowd.

“We’re really pleased to have been invited along to sing and to enjoy the festivities and will take away some wonderful memories of a very special evening – it was a real privilege for the girls to perform alongside Canoldir.”

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