Music

Music • 12/11/2018

Carncot Soiree 2018

Mr Watts and Nisha Kantanon led a wonderful evening on Thursday, showcasing the varied musical and performing art talents of our students.

We are grateful to the dedicated support of our Carncot and community music teachers. Please enjoy the photo gallery below.

Music • 12/11/2018

PIANO EXAMINATION RESULTS

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Grade 6 Christina Jiao Merit

Grade 2 Shareef Zaman Merit
Initial Meg Chilton Distinction
Initial Emma Roygard Merit

Christina gained the top mark in Grade 6 and Meg gained the top mark for Initial in the October session and Meg also gained runner-up for all 3 exam sessions in 2016. Well done to all students!
Both Christina and Meg have been invited to play at our IRMT Achievers’ Concert.
Heather de Ridder (Piano Teacher)
Hon TCL, LTCL, ATCL, LBCA(TD), ABCA, AIRMT-DBM

Music • 12/11/2018

Carncot School Musical Soirée

The Carncot School Musical soirée was a great evening! Our guest performers, Highly Strung, (parents of Maia in Year 8) gave a stunning performance.

Molly was awarded the Kirsten Clark Singing trophy, Ally was awarded the Marise McNeill trophy for violin and Christina was awarded the Heather de Ridder trophy for piano and clarinet. Our music students sang and played wonderfully. Well done!

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Art & Culture • 12/11/2018

Snap Shot followed by Musical Soirée Wednesday 2 November

Snap Shot & Musical Soirée
WEDNESDAY 2 NOVEMBER

Carncot School Art Gallery will be open to celebrate the 2016 collection of art from Years 1 to 8.

Wednesday 2 November 2016
5:30 – 6:30
Carncot School Art Room

FOLLOWED BY

Musical Soirée

Come and enjoy an amazing night of musical entertainment.

Wednesday 2 November 2016
6:30 – 8:00
Carncot School Gymnasium
Bring $2 for entry per person
Supper will be provided

Music • 12/11/2018

Bob Bickerton Music

This week Bob Bickerton  came to our school to show the students a range of musical instruments. This included those made from the traditional materials Maori used to accompany waiata. He then moved onto some exciting instruments from Ireland, including the Irish harp, drums and bagpipes. The audience was totally engaged by his performance and participated enthusiastically in all of the songs and musical pieces.

 

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