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Musica Viva’s Zeeko Hits the High Notes

The undercover area was the scene of much percussion music-making when Zeeko performed on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.  This was a valuable part of Ms Helen’s music program and it lived up to expectations.  The promo said that Zeeko perform “songs of ocean, air and earth” and that they want students to “explore a […]

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Musica Viva

Recently, Musica Viva’s Fiddlesticks trio brought Chamber Music to life with their fantastic performances in the undercover area.  The whole school attended a range of performances over two days where they heard live versions of music they had learned about with Ms Helen in music.  Fiddlesticks lived up to their name, given (in their own […]

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Getting Gold for Musica Viva

Musica Viva have presented our school with a 2014 Gold Certificate of Participation acknowledging our participation and the positive outcomes for our school!  It’s a very successful whole school program which has been led from the front by Ms Helen.  She had this to say: Thank you to our fantastic staff, parents and children.  It’s […]

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Amazing Amanaska Inspire MRPS

Musica Aviva’s Amanaska were a huge hit with students and staff when they performed at school last week.  Their unique sound is a blend of unusual world instruments which Simon Lewis layers using multimedia effects including looping and echoes, which was accompanied by the beautiful voice of Raleigh.  Simon, Matt, Raleigh and Vinod make a […]

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Musica Viva Returns with Amanaska!

Next week Musica Viva’s Amanaska will perform their unique sound for students in the Undercover Area on Monday and Tuesday (1st and 2nd September). Parents, guardians and community members are invited to attend the performances, free of charge. Ms Helen has been preparing students for Amanaska’s performance by teaching them to create loops using technology. […]

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