A talented musician at Rydal Penrhos has become the latest to record an excellent Music grading achievement.
Shruthi Ganapathi, a Year 10 pupil at the school, recently sat her Grade 5 Piano examination from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
The 14-year-old has been developing her skills considerably in the lead-up to the assessment under the expert guidance of Director of Music Pete Williams, something that saw her come through the grading with flying colours after a standout performance on the day.
This is the latest strong achievement secured by the pupil, who is the sister of former Head Boy Shaswath and has made her own considerable mark on Rydal Penrhos life both academically and during the wealth of co-curricular activities Shruthi is involved with.
She will now begin working hard on improving her confidence and technique in the coming weeks and months in the pursuit of further accolades in the near future.
Mr Williams, said: “Shruthi is such an enthusiastic pupil who already has a smile on her face, and I am delighted that she has seen her hard work regarding her piano playing has paid off with an extremely pleasing result.
“Her confidence of playing in front of an audience or an adjudication panel is growing with every performance, and hopefully this is going to give her another huge boost for the remainder of the academic year and beyond.”