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Fanny Davies Music Festival 2022

The annual Fanny Davies Music Festival was held across two days on 21st and 22nd March. With this year being the first year that allowed for music to be performed with the same vigour as before lockdown, it was brilliant to see so many girls take to the stage and showcase their talents. There was a terrific turnout from the Lower School, for whom it was the first “proper” Fanny Davies Festival for Year 7, 8 and 9, who were also able to enjoy some inspiring music-making from the older girls. The participants commented on how much they enjoyed playing and singing for a live audience, which was comprised of various students and staff. There were some incredibly powerful performances and the level of musical talent in the school has soared drastically, but it is no match to the absolute joy on the girls’ faces as they performed – which, of course, is the most important thing. One thing that many of the staff said was the most heart-warming aspect of the festival was the pure love and support the girls showed each other when they performed as soloists and in ensembles.

Congratulations to all the winners as listed below:


Winner: Alexa MacLaren (UVI) – Strings, Piano, Instrumental Ensemble

2nd Place: Teresa De Oliveria Munoz De La Espada (LVI) – String, Piano, Instrumental Ensemble

3rd Place: Inga de Vegvar (Y10) – Strings, Piano, Instrumental Ensemble


Vicky Hamlyn (Y11) – String, Instrumental Ensemble

Angelina Poggio-Magnus (Y11) – Strings, Piano, Instrumental Ensemble

Ava Foy (Y10) – Pop & Jazz (Singing), Singing

Winners from year 7-9:

Joint winner: Mika Bianchi (Y9) – Singing, Piano, Pop & Jazz (Guitar), Woodwind

Joint winner: Amalia De Oliveira Munoz De La Espada (Y9) – Piano, Strings

2nd Place: Clarissa Campbell-Carter (Y9) – Composition, Pop & Jazz (Guitar, Harmonica & Singing)

3rd Place: My-Lan Mallet (Y8) – Strings, Piano


Sophia Fischer-Appelt Bauen (Y8) – Strings, Piano, Instrumental Ensemble

Lucia Cook (Y8) – Singing, Piano, Pop & Jazz (Singing)

Thank you to all of the girls who took part in such an inspiring and joyful three days of music-making.

Maki Gajic Murata, Composer in Residence


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