Musical extravaganza showcases diverse musical talents

Pupils and staff from across the College gathered at The Music Hall, Aberdeen for a spectacular display in this year's Spring Concert. From Primary 4 to S6, pupils delighted the audience with a varied programme of music, spanning from classical masterpieces such as Strauss’ timeless Blue Danube Waltz to the catchy theme tune from Pokémon. 

The stage came alive with the performances of various music ensembles, each delivering stellar renditions throughout the evening. From the Intermediate Concert band to the Chamber Choir, and from the Junior String Orchestra to the Senior Ceilidh Band, every group entertained the audience with high standard performances. 

Performances throughout the evening included:

  • Intermediate Concert Band

  • Intermediate String Orchestra

  • Junior Concert Band

  • P6/7 Choir

  • S1/2 Choir

  • Junior String Orchestra

  • Pipe Band

  • P4/5 Choir

  • Senior Ceilidh Band

  • Senior Choir

  • Senior String Orchestra

  • Chamber Choir

  • Senior Concert Band

Our Infant Glee club also made a star appearance on screen in a pre-recorded performance singing and dancing to ‘ Pigs Oink Oink’ and ‘Sunshine, Showers and Rainbows’.

The pupil-led charities committee enthusiastically spearheaded fundraising efforts for AberNecessities, demonstrating their commitment to making a positive impact in their community.

The event not only celebrated the pupils musical talents but also showcased the opportunities of the current music programme at Robert Gordon’s College as well as sharing highlights from Art and Drama this term. It was a night filled with melody, harmony, and a vibrant display of community spirit.

Mrs Massie, Head of Creative Arts, shared: “It was wonderful to see pupils and staff alike come together to deliver such a diverse programme of Music. Our ‘Viva La Vida’ Finale which included over 150 pupils and staff  provided an extra layer of charm and excitement to the evening. The event not only highlights the immense dedication and hard work of our pupils and staff but also the community spirit across the college with an audience of over 700 supporting the event and over 400 pupils taking part. We are immensely proud of our performers and look forward to witnessing more musical magic in the future.”