Queen's Cello Ensemble gives students the opportunity to aquire leadership skills by leading the cello sections. Students also have the opportunity to conduct the Ensemble and arrange music for cello ensemble. The first term concerts features arrangements by Olivia Budgell and Massimo Amodio. Also on the program are compositions by Goltermann, Humperdink and Caccini.
The Queen’s Flute Choir is a remarkable ensemble that has taken on an exciting and contemporary musical journey. This talented group of musicians is captivating audiences with their enchanting arrangements of recent Disney hit remakes, including "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin," and "Beauty and the Beast." Through the magical sound of flutes, they bring to life the beloved melodies and timeless stories that have enchanted generations. Their performances are a testament to the harmonious blend of classical and modern, providing a musical experience that is both nostalgic and current, making them a cherished and integral part of the university's cultural tapestry.
The Queen’s Clarinet Choir and the Multi-Genre Vocal Ensemble are teaming up for the first time, performing pieces by Bach to Bernstein. There will also be works featured by Rossini, Prince, and Dan School student, Freddie Baker.