This performance will involve solo and ensemble items from our Year Three and Four students who learn through the school with Miss Ramakrishnan. Our thanks goes to Miss Ramakrishnan for once again, providing the wonderful opportunity for our young string players to perform in front of their family and friends.
The details for the night are:
6.30pm: students meet in the Music Room while parents have a chat over a tea/coffee and cake in the Altius Centre
7.00 to 8.00pm: Performances.
A note will go home to all students involved .
Well done to all the students for their hard work so far this year.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT Wednesday 22nd November
7.00 - 8.30pm
OCTAGON THEATRE [University of WA]
We will once again be holding our traditional Christmas Concert in the Octagon Theatre.
We have a wonderful program in store for you and are sure you will thoroughly enjoy the items prepared by the children. The program has been organised to ensure that we finish on time.
Detailed information will go home in a few weeks with the Year 4 to 6 students but it is important to note that all students will be involved in a day rehearsal in the Octagon Theatre [on the day of the concert from 12 noon to 3.00pm]
Our 2017 String Quartet performed at the recent WA Primary Principals' Conference at the Crown complex.
The students performed during morning tea and played wonderfully. Many people took the opportunity to stand and listen to the Quartet during the morning tea and numerous delegates commented on the outstanding standard of playing and the professionalism of our students.
Well done to Erica H, Katelyn S, Ben K and Jimin K,. Special thanks also goes to our violin Teacher, Miss Tanya Ramakrishnan, for her initiative and enthusiasm in forming this ensemble. Thank you also to Mrs Conroy for accompanying our young musicians.
Congratulations to our String Quartet players who performed last term on Wednesday 20
September at the RAAFA in Bull Creek for the National Seniors Convention.
Once again, Jimin K, Katelyn S, Erica H and Ben K were wonderful ambassadors for our school not only with their outstanding performance but, also their professionalism and behavior and their enthusiasm when talking to the delegates who came up to thank them at the end.
Sincere thanks goes to Jamie Ho who assisted with the transporting of the students to and from the performance.