Amy Groves wins Accent Song Writing Competition 2015

 

 

'Accent' - Warrington & Halton Music Education Hub are proud to announce

the winner of their first song writing competition for primary schools.

 

The winner of the 'Accent' Song Writing Competition 2015 is Amy Groves from

Gorse Covert Primary School, Birchwood with her song 'Believe In You'. 

Amy's school will receive the first prize of £250. 

 

This year's judging panel included Dan Moore from BASCA, music producer Steve Millington and tenor and choir leader Stephen Newlove. All three judges commended the standard of song writing on display in this first year and decided that 'Believe In You,' was the winning  song. 

 

All the songs in this year's competition can be heard by visiting 

www.westbrookoldhall.co.uk/music

 

John Oates, competition organiser and Leading Practitioner for Primary Music and Accent Music Education Hub said 'This is a great start to the competition. All the entrants deserve praise for their use of lyrics and melody. Amy's song has a very strong structure and clear melodic lines - the chorus has been going around in my head for weeks. I look forward to hearing next year's songs.'

 

Details for the 2016 'Accent' Song Writing Competition will be sent to schools in January. The competition is open to children in years 3, 4 & 5. 

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