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The Beatles ‘White Album’ Winter Concert 2018

The Beatles ‘White Album’ was released in 1968 and to celebrate its 50th year anniversary and re-release, BIS Secondary Music produced a tribute concert of music from the ‘fab four’.

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Our sold-out audience were treated to a wide range of The Beatles classic songs from the iconic White Album and beyond. 

The students and audience enjoyed the wide variety of songs and special hits included a lovely ‘a capella’ version of ‘In My Life’ by the Chamber Choir, the KS3 choir singing the ever popular ‘When I’m Sixty Four’, a clever and atmospheric version of ‘Ticket to Ride’ played by Concert Band and some fantastic renditions of a variety of songs by the 2 School of Rocks including ‘Revolution’ and ‘Back in the USSR’.  We were also treated to the first public performance by the new BIS Community choir, made up of teachers and parents.

The evening finished with the ever-popular ‘Hey Jude’, led by Jonah and Natasha who were joined by all of the (nearly 200) students participating in the concert, either singing or playing with the massed orchestra. I know many people couldn’t get this tune out of their heads for a long time following the concert.

Congratulations to all the students involved in this amazing concert.

Ian Alexander, Director of Music