Gifted musicians at Rydal Penrhos have been praised for their efforts at the annual Christmas Concert.
A large group of pupils and staff, together with the school’s Community Choir, thrilled audiences on Tuesday, December 6 at the event, which is one of the most prominent dates on the calendar.
In addition to the group performances, there were a number of exceptional displays from the likes of Alicia Zhou, Arthur Hind and National Eisteddfod winner Tegid Goodman-Jones.
Upper sixth pupil Nick Dundee performed a spectacular version of the chart hit Iris, while Vincent Kohm and Niamh Cook also catching the eye with their respective contributions.
The second half of the concert was equally as entertaining, with Linda Wang, Richard Wolfendale and Charlotte Owen all producing marvellous musical efforts.
The concert concluded with performances from the community and senior choirs, before every performer and audience member joined in a series of carols to send everyone home with plenty of festive cheer.
Acting head Roger McDuff, said: “It was a truly wonderful concert and I would like to thank all performers for another outstanding evening of music.
“Our Christmas concert is a highly anticipated event and it once again demonstrated the immense talent musically we have here.”