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There are a number of opportunities for students of all ages and abilities to participate in a string ensemble. Participating in an ensemble allows students to learn new skills, encourages practise, and gives students the confidence to play with other musicians. Being part of an ensemble also gives students the opportunity to socialise with like-minded peers across different Year Groups.
Ensembles perform at events such as Assembly, Lunchtime Concerts and the K-12 Music Showcase. Students are required to sit a placement audition so that they can be assigned to a string ensemble appropriate to their level.
Holland String Ensemble
Open to students without any previous ensemble experience or with minimum experience playing a string instrument.
The Holland String Ensemble allows students to extend their new skills into group playing for live performance. Rehearsals are held once per week, before school.
Hyde String Ensemble
Open to students who are confident playing a string instrument at a competent level.
The Hyde String Ensemble builds prior ensemble skills and explores new repertoire and different styles of playing. Rehearsals are held once per
week, before school.
Tognetti String Ensemble
Open to students who play a string instrument at a high level and are confident with rhythmic and melodic expression. Tognetti String Ensemble
builds on prior ensemble skills and explores new repertoire while encouraging students to develop into mature musicians. Rehearsals are held
once per week, before school.
Grainger String Ensemble
For advanced string players. Entry is by audition only and sight-reading is a prerequisite.
The Grainger String Ensemble encourages advanced players to hone their skills and polish their performance. Rehearsals are held once per week, before school.