Multi-talented musician Anna Crawford who is in the Lower Sixth at King’s Rochester, continues her trajectory of remarkable achievements by winning a place in the final of the Norman Trotman Prize at Bromley Youth Music Trust.
What makes Anna stand out from the other talented entries is that she is the first person to be lucky enough to play both piano and cello as two separate entries; an astonishing achievement.
Anna, who won Young Musician of the Year 2015 and recently played Elgar’s powerful Cello Concerto with the Old Barn Orchestra, has a busy year of performances ahead of her including playing the 1st movement of Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto and a repeat performance of the 1st two movements of Elgar’s Cello Concerto.
King’s Rochester thrives on enabling individuals to flourish. We are incredibly proud of all Anna has achieved and wish her the best of luck with this considerable undertaking.