Junior Class Music Concert (Clarineo)
I enjoyed learning about clarineo and playing in the concert. I liked learning ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’, and singing ‘I Don’t Know My Name’. I think learning clarineo was really fun, and I would like to play it as a musical instrument.
Soairse Behan – Grade 3
Junior Class Music Concert (Violin)
We practised ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ a lot. I had so much fun, it felt like a disco. At the end I saw my parents, and my dad gave me a biscuit. On stage we all played together, and I think we all had fun. The audience was smiling and I could not help smiling too.
Olivia Holmes – Grade 2
Junior Class Music Concert (Recorder)
It took us a long time to practise our recorders. We all played together for the parents. It was fun.
Grace Burman – Grade
The Grade 4 and 5 Music Concert
Wow, finally the music concert is here! Let’s get rid of these nerves and get to the fun part. I’m so excited as it’s my first time singing in front of the school. I feel ready. I practised for months and months. All those early Friday mornings for singing practice and the late Friday afternoons for drum lessons were worth it.
We sang well and I was proud of myself and the other singers. My piano teacher was happy with how I played. The drums were such fun as it was my first time playing with others. Overall the music concert was AWESOME!
Senior Music Concert
Voice, Drums, Flute, Saxophone, Guitar and the list goes on. The music concert is one of my favourite times of the year, the excitement radiates on the girls’ faces and they can’t wait to show off what they can do. I play drums and I do voice. Preparing for the concert was so much fun, I practised as hard as I could and when it came to performing, I couldn’t wait to play and sing. It was such an amazing experience, I can’t wait for next term!
Francesca Genovese – Music Captain, Grade 7
1001 Arabian Nights
Drums and percussion bring mojo to music. They subconsciously get the feet tapping and the body moving. Being able to be the force behind that throughout the play was amazing. I looked forward to playing everyday. The songs were so much fun to play, they were upbeat and had everyone dancing along.
Play Rock Band – Madhuri Padayatchi, Grade 7
I felt adrenalin rushing through my body as I opened my mouth to sing my solo with Neve. Slowly my nerves settled down and I started to enjoy myself, until we rushed off stage bursting with laughter. Soon after I found myself in the music pit playing the bass guitar next to Miss Gericke. So much hard work was put into the music for the play and it all paid off. It was such a joy getting to work with Miss Gericke and her team. I learned so much from this experience and I will always treasure it.
Ena Opperman – Rock Band Captain, Grade 7