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Scene Share Spotlights Myths

Scene Share Spotlights Myths

Students in today’s Seventh and Eighth Grade Scene Share presented two Greek myths. The first told the tale of Orpheus the musician who travels to the depths of the underworld to retrieve his bride, Eurydice. The second story was the... (Continue reading)

Middle School Orchestra Concert Features Student Soloists

Middle School Orchestra Concert Features Student Soloists

Last night’s Middle School Spring Orchestra Concert included performances by the Fifth Grade, Haydn, and Mozart Orchestras. Each group featured soloists and performed a number of tunes the orchestras have worked on in class throughout the spring, including Bile ’em... (Continue reading)

Middle School Choirs Present “Thunder of Horses”

Middle School Choirs Present

On Wednesday, May 8, the Middle School choirs performed a concert with a Native American theme. After a prelude of Native American songs performed by the fifth grade (including a hoop dance), the sixth grade choir and Saintly Voices joined... (Continue reading)

Fifth Annual Counterpoints Concert Spotlights Jazz Violinist

Fifth Annual Counterpoints Concert Spotlights Jazz Violinist

This past weekend’s Fifth Annual Counterpoints Concert featured national artist and educator Randy Sabien. Randy visited St. Anne’s-Belfield last week to workshop with students in preparation for the Saturday concert. The evening began with the Counterpoints ensemble playing some of... (Continue reading)

Guest Artist Prepares Students for Weekend Concert

Guest Artist Prepares Students for Weekend Concert

Visiting performer and educator Randy Sabien is spending time with St. Anne’s-Belfield orchestra students this week. Sabien’s visit comes the week leading to the fifth annual Counterpoints Concert, slated for this Saturday, May 4. The concert will take place in... (Continue reading)

Middle School Students Peform Ivan and the Firebird

Middle School Students Peform Ivan and the Firebird

Seventh and eighth graders will share their dramatic talents in performances of “Ivan and the Firebird” on Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27 at 7:00 pm in the Learning Village Auditorium.  This fast-paced and amusing play tells the tale... (Continue reading)

Lower School Celebrates Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day

Lower School Celebrates Grandparents' and Special Friends' Day

Today, students in the Lower School celebrated Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day. With hundreds in attendance, Pre-School students through fourth graders hosted their Grandparents and Special Friends from far and wide. Each grade produced a performing arts show and then... (Continue reading)

Fifth Graders Celebrate Pie Week

Fifth Graders Celebrate Pie Week

This week, fifth grade performing arts students celebrated Pie Week. In just a few short days, students created original songs, chants, and rhythms all tied to their discussions of different types of pie. Their inspiration came in the form of... (Continue reading)

Third Grade Play Evokes Fairy Tale Story

Third Grade Play Evokes Fairy Tale Story

Today, third grade performing arts students entertained Lower School students and families with their production of Psyche & Cupid. Adapted from Metamorphoses, the play was written and directed by STAB performing arts teacher Janet Kingsley. The story followed the trials... (Continue reading)

Second Graders Perform Greek Myth

Second Graders Perform Greek Myth

Today, second grade homeroom classes performed a Greek theatre myth for friends and family. Each class’ production told the story of Demeter and her daughter, Persephone. The tale follows Persephone’s journey to the underworld and eventual return to her mother,... (Continue reading)

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