Welcome to Friends of Bryanston Music - Celebrating and Supporting Music at Bryanston
As an Old Bryanstonian (Forrester 1966), I am delighted to have been asked by the school to be Patron of Friends of Bryanston Music, a vibrant group open to all who enjoy music and recognise its importance to Bryanston and its community.
Bryanston has always placed the same level of importance on the arts as it has sport and academic studies, and this approach helped me and so many others discover and develop our passion for music. The Tom Wheare Music School is proof, if proof were needed, of that.
The breadth of music-making facilities and performance spaces within the Music School enable a wide range of performances to take place, from small, intimate concerts to the grander-scale Professional Concert Series.
On behalf of Bryanston and the Friends of Bryanston Music, I warmly invite you to come and enjoy a great and varied selection of performances by both talented Bryanston pupils and professional musicians.
Sir Mark Elder CH, CBE
Patron of Friends of Bryanston Music
As a member of Friends of Bryanston Music, you will receive:
- termly newsletters updating you on events
- priority booking for the Professional Concert Series
- FBM members-only events.
Don't forget membership is free and open to all, simply complete the online registration form.
You can also find out more on the Friends of Bryanston Music Facebook page.
We have a wonderful programme in place for autumn 2018 which, unless stated, will take place in the Elder Concert Hall.
London Concert, St Paul's Knightsbridge
Friday 19 October, 7.30pm
The Music Department invites you join them for an exciting programme of music in the wonderful setting of St Paul's. The evening will include performances from the Orchestra, Concert Band, Big Band, Chamber Orchestra, Allegri Choir and Chamber Choir.
Free admission, retiring collection.
School Musical - Little Shop of Horrors
Thursday 15 November, 7.30pm
Join us for this year's fabulous musical with its memorable songs such as Somewhere that's Green, Dentist, Suddenly Seymour and Don't Feed the Plants. Little Shop of Horrors offers chortles and chills in equal measure, as a black comedy with a lot of heart.
The musical will take place in Coade Hall and tickets cost £15 (£10 concessions), and are available from the Box Office on 01258 484623 or via email.
FBM and OB Carol Service, St Vedast-alias-Foster, City of London
Tuesday 4 December, 6pm
Following on from the success of last year's Old Bryanstonian and Friends of Bryanston Music carol service in London, we are delighted to announce it will be taking place again this year! The 45-minute service followed by mulled wine and mince pies is filling up fast, so please book your place using the link below.
This event is free but booking is essential.
Wednesday Night Concerts
Please join us on the following Wednesday evenings at 8.15pm for a hugely enjoyable 45-minute concert by our music scholars:
- Wednesday 26 September: A2 (upper sixth form)
- Wednesday 3 October: B (year 11)
- Wednesday 10 October: A3 (lower sixth form)
- Wednesday 31 October: C (year 10)
- Wednesday 21 November: Ensemble Concert.
These concerts are free to attend and will take place in the Elder Concert Hall.
The Reverend Canon Andrew Haviland invites you to join us at the school’s church, St Martin’s, for our Sunday services:
Sunday 23 September, 10am
Eucharist: Allegri Choir
Sunday 7 October, 11am
Eucharist: Knighton House School Choir
Sunday 14 October, 10am
Eucharist: Amaris Choir
Sunday 4 November, 10am
Eucharist: Chamber Choir and Brass Ensemble
Sunday 11 November, 10am
Eucharist: St Martin's Remembrance Sunday
Sunday 18 November, 10am
Eucharist: D Scholars and Singers Choir
Sunday 2 December, 10am
Eucharist: Sandroyd School Choir