A great start to the 2015. All classes have been looking at Australia Day celebrations. What Australia Day means to them! The Upper classes have been creating raps to a beat, rehearsing and performing them. The Middle classes have been working on creating drama skits, and the junior primary classes have been travelling around Australia on Highway number one.
New Zealand Performance Choir Information. View — Facebook Page for South Hornby School to see the video for the welcoming Powhiri , plus the two schools singing to each each other . Also, look at the Christchurch Mayor’s Facebook page under Lianne Dalziel to see photos of our visit to the mayor’s office. . Music Count Us In 2014.
Mrs S met up with Paul Jarman -composer of the Flight songs in this year’s Festival of Music.
This piece of Programmatic Music, enables you to listen and create a story using your imagination. What does it make you think of?
Welcome to the Year of the Horse, 2014.
This year, you will be able to follow the progress of the Festival Choir, the NZ Performance Choir and classroom Performing Arts lessons via this blog site.
I welcome comments, suggestions and general feedback.
Check out the video of Take your Bow, celebrating 40 years of the Festival Theatre.
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In week 4, Mrs Bennet’s class will run an assembly with a Reconciliation Day theme. They will be up on stage to sing with the whole school in two songs from Aunt Wendy’s Mob: Ridgy-didge and Kids on the Block.
When: Week 5 Wednesday 29th May
For classes year 4 and up.
Whole school concert at 2.30pm. All Parents welcome to watch!