School shines in con­cert

Benalla Ensign - - News -

St Joseph’s Pri­mary School has put on a colour­ful con­cert, in­volv­ing the whole school.

The con­cert com­prised a range of colour­ful acts in­volv­ing dance, singing, in­stru­men­tal and act­ing.

The school com­mu­nity was en­ter­tained by a range of mu­sic in­clud­ing some Ja­panese ver­sions of Dis­ney’s, Let it Go and Pitch Per­fect’s Cup song in­clud­ing har­monies by the school choir.

A high­light of the night was a visit from a llama who danced with the preps to the mu­sic of Amanaska’s, Bag the llama.

St Joseph’s chil­dren have been in­spired by the works of Si­mon Lewis from their ear­lier visit from Amanaska through the ed­u­ca­tion sec­tion of Mu­sica Viva.

The con­cert also fea­tured some mul­ti­me­dia pre­sen­ta­tions of the chil­dren’s pets danc­ing along to the mu­sic of Amanaska in the tran­si­tions.

Per­form­ing arts spe­cial­ist Deb­o­rah Pasztor co-or­di­nated the con­cert, said she wanted to thank Ja­panese specialists Mon Fran­cis and Jenny Dunn for or­gan­is­ing the Ja­panese con­tri­bu­tions to the con­cert.

Mrs Pasztor said she wished to also thank new phys­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion teacher Cindy Chalmers for as­sist­ing the chil­dren with the dance items.

The con­cert was a whole school ef­fort from the of­fice staff to all the teach­ers as­sist­ing with re­hearsals.

‘‘This sup­ports the chil­dren with their learn­ing and al­lows them to shine,’’ Mrs Pasztor said.

Con­cert: St Joseph’s Pri­mary School rocked at the whole-school con­cert.

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