Concerts and Performances
Summer Concert 2021
One World to Share
Pupils from local and City of London primary schools have been taking part in weekly pre-recorded music lessons throughout the school year, as part of the inaugural Freemen's Music Partnership programme, culminating in a joint music production at the end of each term. This term we have been focussing on the plight of refugees around the world.
Over 200 children from three local primary schools, along with pupils at Freemen's, have taken part in this term's Music Partnership collaboration, 'One World To Share' by Caroline Hoile, written specially for Refugee Week and produced by Timothy Peters.
In addition to learning the song, all four schools in the Music Partnership have been finding out more about the refugee crisis - some of the reasons why refugees exist, and what we can do to help. The song lyrics remind us that "We've got one world to share, it's not yours or mine. We all matter, we all have hopes and dreams. Like each other, let's celebrate".
Love Freemen's Concert - 11 February 2021
We hope you enjoy our Love Freemen's Concert, featuring performances by some of our extraordinarily talented Freemen's musicians. A moment of real pride in this venture is the Freemen's Virtual Community Choir in which we have assembled Students, Staff, Parents and Alumni to sing Stephen Paulus' The Road Home.
We are fortunate to have an active and engaged community with a shared love for Freemen’s and a commitment to 'Making A Difference' which is at the heart of our School mission. If you would like to make a donation to the Freemen's Hardship Bursary Fund please click here.
Virtual Lunchtime Recitals
Sit back, relax and enjoy our Virtual Lunchtime Recitals, which include a lovely array of performances from both the Junior and Senior Schools. You will hear a mix of solo repertoire, some ensemble items and even the students' own arrangements/compositions.
Autumn Concert - 18 November 2020
Despite the circumstances we have managed to safely sustain music-making at Freemen's this term.
We are really proud of the students and thankful to the staff who have guided them in their performing. We hope that you enjoy this concert which ranges from solo items to a virtual orchestral performance involving over 50 students.
Watch this space for weekly releases of the items recorded so far, beginning with our Autumn concert.