Last term the students entertained the Presentation Sisters and other Orders from the metropolitan area for a concert and afternoon tea. This event was to celebrate the Sister’s Religious Life as well as conveying thanks for the work they do in our communities. The Sisters loved the variety of performances from our primary students which included choral singing, violin, piano, saxophone, ukulele, recorder, flute, and guitar to name a few. Below are some snapshots of the afternoon for you all to enjoy. Many thanks go to the students who prepared performances as well as the music teachers who assisted in the preparation of individual and ensemble/choir performances. The afternoon tea was a great success with students intermingling with the Sisters. Also, sincere thanks to parents who provided the delicious afternoon tea and Sr Catherine for coordinating the event. Ce
Category: Junior Special Choir
The Junior and Senior Choirs as well as our special Ukulele group performed at our End of Year Concert. They sang beautiful harmonies captivating the audience. Congratulations Girls!
Below is a section of the combined Junior and Senior Special Choir singing The Last Anzac with a special guest conductor!
The Junior Special Choir (Years 3 & 4) below singing a range of songs about caring for our earth.
The Senior Special Choir ( Years 5 & 6) below singing about shining your light to the world.
Ukuleles strumming and singing along to Christmas songs.
In August the Junior and the Senior Choirs from Iona Primary performed brilliantly at the Catholic Performing Arts Festival. There were many other choirs from metropolitan and country primary schools. Our Senior Special Choir sang “A Blessing” and “Old Piano Man” for which they received an Honourable Mention. The Junior Special Choir sang “Gecko” and “Friends Forever” and receive a Certificate of Merit. Congratulations to all choir members – a fantastic day and effort by all.
Last Thursday many Iona Primary School students shared their gifts and talents with the Presentation Sisters and other Religious Orders. Our Junior and Special Choirs sang, the Beginner Violin Ensemble played, Guitar, Saxophone, and Piano students performed, and the Year 1 & 2 classes sang. It was a lovely afternoon enjoyed by all. The concert was followed by a beautiful afternoon tea where the Cultural Captains and Pastoral Care Leaders had an opportunity to talk with the Sisters.