Cap Hill Intermediate Choir practices will start this week on Tuesdays at 12:15 in the music room. All grade 4-7 students are welcome to come and join the fun! We will be learning songs for Remembrance Day, Christmas and the District Choir Festival.
Welcome back everyone! I hope you had a great summer.
Music classes will start up again with some high energy drumming! We will be playing djembes, instruments that originate from West Africa. The name of the djembe comes from the saying “Anke djé, anke bé” which translates to “everyone gather together in peace” and defines the drum’s purpose. It will be a wonderful way to start the year!
Auditions for Sound Wave Handbell Choir will be held in June at Inman Elementary School. This group rehearses on Monday afternoons. Please see Ms. Fletcher if you are in grade 6-7 and would like more information.
Congratulations to Cap Choir for an outstanding performance at the District Choir Festival at the Michael J Fox Theatre on April 18th! Our pieces The Artist Teaches Us All and Frim Fram Sauce were lovely and joyful.
We enjoyed hearing choirs from Chaffey Burke, Glenwood, Kitchener and Moscrop, and appreciated the commentator Suzanne Fulton for sharing her expertise with all of the groups. Thank you to Floria for accompanying us so beautifully, and to Ms. Con and our school district for organizing and sponsoring this wonderful annual event.
Congratulations to our grade 2 and 3 students for their energetic performance at the district Primary Days of Music on March 6th! We joined students from Brentwood Park, Gilpin, Lochdale and Stride schools for a joyful afternoon of singing.
Our pieces The Moon and Tamu Tu were amazing, as were our talented accompanists Susan and Lori! Thank you to Ms. Veikle, Ms. Dumont and the Burnaby School District for organizing and sponsoring this awesome annual event.
Auditions for the Burnaby District Children’s Choir will be held on September 20th and 27th from 3:30-5:30 at Forest Grove Elementary School. This choir is for students in grades 1-4. Please see Ms. Fletcher for more information.
Sport stacking (also known as cup stacking or speed stacking) is an individual and team sport that involves stacking specialized plastic cups in specific sequences in as little time as possible. Participants of sport stacking stack cups in pre-determined sequences in pyramids of 3, 6, or 10 cups. Players compete against the clock or another player. Stacking builds great hand-eye coordination and skills that are important for playing sports and musical instruments. Check it out on Sports Day!
CoroVoce took our Canadian repertoire on tour April 29th performing at Glenwood, Morley, Cameron and University Highlands schools. Thank you so much for hosting us and for being such wonderful audiences. We had a fantastic, fun day!
Happy New Year! Primary and Intermediate classes are learning some fun, upbeat marimba music. We are playing xylophones and a vibraphone that was donated from Alpha Secondary School music teacher Kevin White.