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Camp Hill has a rich musical tradition.
Music binds the school community together in myriad ways from the daily live assembly performances to the regular concerts and the all-encompassing House Festival.
Each day ensembles rehearse catering for every instrument, voice and ability. Almost a third of the school learns an instrument through our subsidised tuition scheme delivered by a large team of instrumental specialists.
“Without music, life would be a mistake” Friedrich Nietzsche
Many pupils also learn an instrument privately but still enjoy the many opportunities on offer in school. Examination groups flourish with healthy numbers of girls opting for GCSE and A level. Each term at least one public concert is given and other regular performance venues include Birmingham Cathedral, the Adrian Boult Hall and Symphony Hall.
Songs from the Shows production
The annual Songs from the Shows production is a major highlight of the year and a foreign tour with our Chamber Choir is undertaken biennially. There are excellent, purpose-built facilities including music IT. An effective musical partnership with King Edward VI Camp Hill Boys’ School allows girls to excel in this stimulating performance environment.
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