The Uppingham music team are delighted to be able to share with you a few video highlights taken from concerts and musical events and performed by some of our major music ensembles.
Lunchtime Concerts offer non-ticketed performances that take place every Wednesday during term-time at 1:20pm in Uppingham Parish Church, Additional music concerts take place throughout the academic year, and tickets for these concerts can be purchased online.
Lunchtime Concerts take place every Wednesday during term-time at 1:20pm in Uppingham Parish Church. Admission is free, with a retiring collection towards church funds.
13 September 2023
Andrew Kennedy (Tenor) and Inga Luikaityte (Piano)
20 September 2023
Summer Tour Choir
27 September 2023
Sophia Kim (Harp)
4 October 2023
William McChesney (Piano)
11 October 2023
Oliver Clements (Organ) [Location: Uppingham School Chapel]
1 November 2023
George Eldridge (Guitar) and David Ferris (Piano)
8 November 2023
Ottavia Eliot (Violin) and Simon Smith (Piano)
15 November 2023
Lewis Cobb (Baritone) and Andrew Kennedy (Piano)
22 November 2023
Gretel Auty (Flute) and Simon Smith (Piano)
29 November 2023
Ashley Qin (Piano)
6 December 2023
Singalong Carols with Brass and Organ
Music at Uppingham
Hear our pupils discuss musical life at Uppingham in this film, shown as part of our 2023 Speech Day Celebrations.
The Chapel Choir perform the Howells Collegium Regale Magnificat in a memorial concert for former Director of Music at Uppingham, Jim Peschek.
From Speech Day 2023, Jazz Orchestra perform 'You've Got a Friend in Me'.
An excerpt from the first movement of Uppingham's Symphony Orchestra's performance of the Elgar Cello Concerto at Saffron Hall in March 2023.
Our massed Concert Choir, comprising of pupils and staff from across the school, sing the 'Agnus Dei' from Fauré's Requiem, alongside a professional orchestra and renowned local choir, Leicestershire Chorale.
Pupil-run a cappella ensemble 9.5 sing 'Goodnight, Sweetheart' at Speech Day 2023
2020-21 'Lockdown' Projects
From the 2020-21 Academic Year, please also enjoy our recording of Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, performed by our choirs with harpists Lucy Nolan and Becki Luff.