The entire School community celebrated the birth of our Founder with two days of activities. On Sunday 22 April, many of our Friends joined us for a sold-out concert in The Menuhin Hall with Jeremy and Mookie Menuhin, and renowned cellist Gary Hoffman. They were joined by some of our pupils, including the Junior Orchestra, conducted by Director of Music Òscar Colomina i Bosch.
The following morning, the entire School had the morning off from lessons and gathered together in The Menuhin Hall to watch the BBC film 'Who's Yehudi', after which teachers Boris Kucharsky and Tommy Carroll talked about their memories of Yehudi and played a short concert, much to the delight of the audience of pupils and staff.
Choral Director David Condry then led the entire School in a rousing chorus of Parry's 'I Was Glad'. Despite the fact that the temperature was nowhere near as warm as the week before, the events of the morning had obviously warmed hearts, as after the singing had ended, everyone spilled out onto the lawn for a joyful BBQ.