More music maestro!
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music students captivated the audience with their musical abilities at this year’s Kammer Konzert, leaving all attendees wanting more.
The Kammer Konzert is a yearly showcase of chamber music performed by small ensembles of Academy students from both the school’s Warragul and Traralgon Campuses. Students ranging from Years 4 to Year 12 performed musical works by Handel, Warlock, Mozart, Glazunov, Saint-Saëns, Keen, Britten, Vaughan Williams, Schubert and Sorensen throughout the evening.
The Academy of Music facilitates students to engage with professional musicians and this year they were joined on stage by Mr John Noble (Orchestra Victoria and Itet) who has been working with Academy musicians in professional workshops this term. The concert was presented in conjunction with sculptures created by Year 10 Fine Art students inspired by their studies of elongated figures produced by the 20th century Swiss artist, Giacometti.
Open to students by audition, the Academy of Music is a high-level class-timetabled opportunity that builds professional musical experience providing students with the confidence to pursue further performance opportunities, gain live concert exposure and collaborate with professional conductors, educators and performers. To find out more, or to apply for the Academy, please contact Ben Sim on 5622 6358 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In a heartwarming effort, students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Traralgon Campus gathered a 1,908 food can collection for this year’s Traralgon Rotary Club’s Give a Damn – Give a Can campaign.
Soon, there will be a new place to learn in Drouin. For parents thinking about where their child might start their educational journey, St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is hosting an Information Evening about its new Drouin Early Learning Centre and Primary School set to open its doors in 2025.
The Years 5/6 Mixed Soccer team from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is poised to put their skills to the test at the School Sport Victoria (SSV) State Championships.
Music students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School collaborated with students from other SEISA schools in Gippsland and South-East Melbourne to create harmonies and showcase their musical talent at the annual SEISA Music Festival.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Georgia recently competed at the 2023 Equestrian Victoria Interschool State Championships at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre.
Construction of a $10 million Futures Centre at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is well underway and has great significance to former student, Jye Neilson, who is returning to the school as part of the building project team.
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Students have an exciting new musical opportunity in pipes and drums as part of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music.
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It has been another successful year for students in the St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Swim team who have once again brought home the championship title from the SEISA Swimming Carnival at Melbourne Sports Centres.