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Check Out Our Community Page

Check Out Our Community Page

Thank you to all of our blog readers over the years. We are delighted that our CommunityConnect website page now features all of our social media content and invite you to follow our accounts or check in regularly. This will be... (Continue reading)

The Return of the Lorelais

The Return of the Lorelais

Upper School students and faculty welcomed back The Loreleis, “the premiere all-female a cappella group” at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, at this week’s Community Forum. Previous participants at St. Anne’s-Belfield’s A Cappella Fests, The Lorelais put... (Continue reading)

Students Lead Inaugural STAB KINO Film Festival

Students Lead Inaugural STAB KINO Film Festival

From May 6 – May 8, 2016, nine new classic films were shown in the St. Anne’s-Belfield School Greenway Rise Auditorium as part of the inaugural STAB KINO Film Festival. Ten students from the Senior Seminar in Filmmaking and Cinema... (Continue reading)

School Hosts Sixth Annual Madrigal Dinner

School Hosts Sixth Annual Madrigal Dinner

St. Anne’s-Belfield School hosted a festive Madrigal Dinner complete with feasting and comedic and vocal performances on December 12. This sixth annual Madrigal Dinner featured the 74-student Upper School Concert Choir performing pieces including Tomas Luis Victoria’s O Magnum Mysterium and Fum, Fum,... (Continue reading)

Collage Artist Venerus Visits Third Grade Classes

Collage Artist Venerus Visits Third Grade Classes

  Noted collage artist and St. Anne’s-Belfield School parent Barbara Venerus visited third grade classes this week to discuss the art form with students. “For me, collage is like painting with paper,” said Venerus, mother of fourth grade student Ben... (Continue reading)

The Saintly Voices Perform Brundibár: A Children’s Opera

The Saintly Voices Perform Brundibár: A Children's Opera

This year’s Spring Choral Concert for grades six through eight presented a tribute to victims of the Holocaust with an evening celebrating Jewish music. The Sixth Grade Choir began the program with two pieces in Hebrew, Hine Ma Tov and... (Continue reading)

Russell Talks Creativity, Imagination

Russell Talks Creativity, Imagination

John Russell, grades K-3 art teacher and grades 7-8 visual arts teacher, recently spoke to a group of parents, faculty, and staff on the importance of encouraging creativity and imagination in everyday life. Beginning the session with a chance for... (Continue reading)

Fifth Annual Madrigal Dinner

Fifth Annual Madrigal Dinner

StABFaB! presented the Fifth Annual Madrigal Dinner on Saturday, December 13, 2014. In a feast hall setting, guests enjoyed a meal based on authentic Renaissance recipes prepared by the School’s award-winning chef, Trey Holt. Musical and theatrical interludes accompanied the... (Continue reading)

Students Welcome Grandparents and Special Friends

Students Welcome Grandparents and Special Friends

On Friday, April 25, Lower School students welcomed special visitors to the School for the annual Grandparents’ and Special Friends Day. Students shared what they’ve been learning in classroom visits with their guests, and had the opportunity to perform for... (Continue reading)

Middle School Arts Festival Promotes Philanthropy

Middle School Arts Festival Promotes Philanthropy

Last Friday and Saturday, fifth grade students had the opportunity to show off their musicianship and performance skills for parents and friends at the Middle School Performing Arts Festival. Mrs. Victoria Redfearn Cave directed the students as they presented the story I... (Continue reading)

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