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Arts Festival Continues with Fiddle Fest and More

Arts Festival Continues with Fiddle Fest and More

The Middle School Arts Festival continued today with performances from the fifth-grade choir and orchestra, as well as the Haydn and Mozart Orchestras. The fifth grade-choir performed Contra Dancing to Fiddle Tunes such as “Down the River,” and “Haste to... (Continue reading)

King and I Preview Promises Spectacular Musical

King and I Preview Promises Spectacular Musical

This afternoon cast members of the  The King and I, put on a preview of this coming weekend’s performance. The audience received a sneak peek at a selection of scenes and songs including “My Lord and Master,” “Hello, Young Lovers,”... (Continue reading)

Scene Share Kicks Off Arts Festival

Scene Share Kicks Off Arts Festival

Seventh and eighth grade drama students kicked off the Middle School Arts Festival this afternoon with a Scene Share. The group produced an adaptation of The Odyssey by Homer after exploring the tale in depth through different versions by Carl... (Continue reading)

Guest Artists Visit Orchestra Classes

Guest Artists Visit Orchestra Classes

This week local guest artists, Matty Metcalf and Alex Canton are visiting Middle School orchestra classes and hosting brief workshops. The workshops are designed to help further prepare the students for this Friday’s Fiddle Fest performance. Please see below for... (Continue reading)

Winter Poetry Festival Spotlights Students

Winter Poetry Festival Spotlights Students

This afternoon Lower School students produced the Winter Poetry Festival. Now celebrating its 10th year of poetry festivals, the Lower School incorporated performances from Kindergarten students through fourth graders. With over twenty poems shared, this year’s Winter Poetry Festival was... (Continue reading)

Fifth Grade French Play Entertains

Fifth Grade French Play Entertains

  Today fifth grade French students performed a play in English using French expressions. The performance featured several scenes including a game show, French classroom, dance studio, and vehicle. To see more photos of the fifth graders in action, click here.... (Continue reading)

The King and I – Tickets on sale NOW!

The King and I - Tickets on sale NOW!

The Theatre Arts and Music Departments of St. Anne’s-Belfield School are proud to present the winter musical production of The King and I.  This beloved musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II will be performed February 22-24, 2013 on the Greenway Rise Campus (2132... (Continue reading)

Lower School Celebrates Mozart’s Birthday

Lower School Celebrates Mozart's Birthday

For the ninth consecutive year, Lower School students celebrated Wolfgang Mozart’s birthday today. The composer’s 257th birthday is Sunday, January 27. Students heard from a professional opera singer who performed parts of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, while teaching students about... (Continue reading)

Kindergarteners Explain Myth of the Evergreens

Kindergarteners Explain Myth of the Evergreens

During today’s Kindergarten Winter Music Celebration, students performed for families, and first and fourth graders. The performance centered on explaining the myth of evergreen trees and why they are forever green. Students sang and played musical instruments while telling the... (Continue reading)

Fourth Graders Integrate Math and Music

Fourth Graders Integrate Math and Music

Yesterday, the Lower School presented the Fourth Grade Winter Music Celebration. This year’s theme – Ancient Mathematicians – integrated the early beginnings of math with musical performance. Students referenced the findings of mathematicians like Archimedes, and focused on specific elements... (Continue reading)

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