Two of our most talented musicians were invited to take part in a concert in aid of World Cancer Day on Wednesday evening.
The concert organised by the International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research was held at the prestigious Holywell Music Room in Oxford, the oldest purpose built concert hall in Europe. Thomas Christensen (Lower Sixth, Swift) gave sensitive performances of Chopin's Preludes in B Minor and D Flat Major whilst Matthew Ellacott (Fifth Form, Feilden) filled the hall with the sound of Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E Flat.
Both pupils were thrilled to be performing in such an impressive venue and were proud to be raising money for INCTR and supporting World Cancer Day.
Photos by INCTR Photographer Wendy Aldiss taken at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford.