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Choir visits Windsor to sing Evensong
On Tuesday 12 October 40 members of the Lancing College Choir travelled to sing Evensong at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. We were privileged to be invited to such a glorious and well-known venue, steeped...
Lectures and Workshops enjoyed by Lancing Scholars
Our Scholars are an essential part of the College’s community; they act as role models and ambassadors for the school, and play a prominent role in their area of specialism. This term our Scholars have...
Making Music from a Distance
This term, music making at Lancing has had to adapt – like everything else – to our changed circumstances and the pupils have risen magnificently to the challenge. They have recorded over 200 videos on...
Pupils get together for exciting House Music Competition
In the annual House Music Competition this year there were 270 performances across several days in eight instrumental categories, as well as several ensemble and duet competitions. Entries were made from pupils from all year...
The Advent Concert
On a chilly night at the end of November, the audience flooded into Great School for the annual Advent Concert. The evening started with The Liberty Bell by Sousa performed by the Big Band, bringing...
My Fair Lady
The cast of My Fair Lady is to be revered for a masterful performance showcasing the highest levels of acting, singing and dance. Not only was their team spirit as a company so evident, but...
New Director of Music at Lancing College
At the beginning of this academic year we were delighted to welcome Alexander Mason as new Director of Music at Lancing College. Alex joins us from Shrewsbury School where he was the Director of the...
Lancing musicians perform on the national stage
It's been a very busy start of term for our Music School; so far the music calendar has been jam-packed with lunchtime concerts, organ recitals, prep schools event days and celebrity performances, and will culminate...
Hitting the High Notes
Congratulations to William S who raised over £800 for his two chosen charities by climbing Snowdon and playing his French horn once he reached the summit. William said: ‘The 3.5 hour walk up Snowdon was...