Music has gone from strength to strength at Brighton College and our most recent leavers have garnered a fantastic array of scholarships between them as they say goodbye to the school.
Annie Garry recently won the Vice-Chancellor’s Music Scholarship at Bristol University and Nell Parry is one of five prospective students at Imperial College to receive the Ash Music Scholarship, allowing her to take singing lessons at the Royal College of Music.
Meanwhile, Alice Ertl moves up to Churchill College, Cambridge, having won an Organ Scholarship.
Music plays a huge part in the lives of Brighton College pupils and so staff and children alike were delighted when iTunes chart-topper and royal wedding cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason was announced as College artist-in-residence along with his siblings Isata and Braimah as part of The Kanneh-Mason Trio.
Sheku, Isata and Braimah have played a series of concerts for parents and pupils as well as holding masterclasses throughout the school year.