King's Worcester

7 February

Three King’s Music Scholars Achieve Diplomas in Music Performance

At the end of last term three King’s Music Scholars achieved diplomas in music performance. Tamara Enthoven of the Upper Sixth and Natasja Enthoven of the Lower Sixth achieved distinctions for their ATCL (Associate of Trinity College, London) and Andrew Gee of the Fifth Form (Year 11) passed with merit the ARSM (Associate of the Royal Schools of Music). These are significant achievements as the performance element is significantly more demanding than Grade 8 and requires a recital performance of between thirty and forty minutes. These diplomas are regarded as the equivalent level to the first year of an undergraduate music degree. Congratulations to all three pupils.