13 November 2017

Performing Arts

Events

Congratulations and thanks to the many boys who performed at functions held at the College over the past two weeks. The Senior String Quartet, Studio Orchestra and Senior Vocal Ensemble were involved in the official opening of the Memorial Hall, Julien Montandon (Year 7, Robert) performed as a soloist at the Middle School Assembly while Ethan Lamb (Year 10, Ross) and our Junior Guitar Ensemble entertained audiences at Grandparents Day functions in the Junior School.

Thanks also to William Mahaffy (Year 5, Andrew), Marcus Whittome (Year 2, David), Kristian Bellekom (Year 4 Andrew), Jack Mayo(Year 3, Bruce) and Vincent Zhu (Year 4, Andrew) who all gave a great performance of their String Instruments for the Year 2 boys last week under the guidance of Ms Mikaljo. I hope their demonstration will help the Year 2s when they come to choose their preferred string instrument to play next year.

Please take note of the dates on the term planner below as we have some exciting end of year concerts in the coming weeks.

Spring Term

Date

Time

Event

Location

Thursday 9 November

6.30pm

Year 6 Concerts

Memorial Hall

Tuesday 14 November

4.00pm

JS Cello Soiree

MacKellar Hall

Friday 17 November

5.00pm

Piano Soiree

Memorial Hall

Wednesday 22 November

11.30am and 6.30pm

Year 5 Musical

DC

Wednesday 6 December

1.45pm

Junior School Presentation Afternoon

DC

Thursday 7 December

6.30pm

Middle School

DC

Friday 8 December

6.30pm

Senior School

DC

Contact Details

The Instrumental Programme is administered by the Senior School Music Department and all queries should be directed to the Music Administrators, Julia Robinson (Monday to Wednesday) and Donna Ranauro (Thursday and Friday) via phone 9383 6841 or email music@scotch.wa.edu.au.

Alternately, please contact Mr Chris McMillan, Head of Performing Arts, via email Chris.McMillan@scotch.wa.edu.au or phone 9383 6842.

If you wish to become more involved in supporting the Music Department, please contact FOSM@scotch.wa.edu.au

Mr Chris McMillan
Head of Performing Arts