THREE students have secured a place to study music at a top university.

Rowan Wilson, Harvey Morland and Cameron Murray from Millfield School have all received offers from the University of Manchester in September.

The course has recently been named the best university music course in the country in The Sunday Times 2020 Good University Guide.

Matthew Cook, Millfield’s director of music, said: "We are exceptionally proud of Cameron, Harvey, and Rowan.

“All three have been accepted at Manchester University which is a brilliant achievement - it is such a highly prestigious establishment, one that has a truly excellent music department.

“They each have their own talents and will, with continued dedication, go on to achieve success. One thing they do share though, and one thing we will miss the most, is their innate passion and endless thirst for involvement in so much of our music school."

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Cameron specialises in guitar (classical), piano and viola as well as being a key member of many major school ensembles.

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As a strong male vocalist, Rowan was the lead in the recent Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street production at the Street school.

Harvey is one of the school’s leading vocalists, as well as being a pianist and violinist.