Save the Afternoons – Performing Arts Opportunities 2019-2020

Next year, the Lower School Performing Arts Department is excited to offer many after school experiences for the 2019-2020 school year. As you organise your child’s schedule for next year, keep the following opportunities in mind:

Treble Timbertones, led by Ashley Benusa will meet Tuesdays from 2:45-3:55. It is open to any student who loves to sing in Grade 3 to Grade 6. This group will meet in the first semester only.

LS Intermediate Band led by Kimberly Butler will meet Wednesdays from 2:45-3:55. Students who are already studying a wind instrument or percussion in Grade 3 to Grade 6 are welcome to audition to be a part of this group. This group will meet in the first semester, and again from April to June.

LS Strings Ensemble led by Ashley Benusa will meet Wednesdays from 2:45-3:55. Students who are already studying violin, viola, or cello outside of school in Grade 3-6 are welcome to audition to be a part of this group. This group will meet in the first semester and again from April to June.

LS Beginning Band led by Kimberly Butler will meet on Thursdays from 2:45-3:55. This ensemble is for students with no prior experience on a wind, brass or percussion instrument, and is open to students in Grades 3 to Grade 6. This group will meet in the first semester only.

LS Dance Troupe, led by Carole Saunders will meet on Thursdays after school for Grade 3 to Grade 6. This group will meet in the first semester only.

LS MUSICAL –  we are pleased to announce our Lower School musical for 2019-2020 will be The WIZARD OF OZ, Young Performer’s Edition. Auditions will take place the week of November 25-29, with rehearsals from January to March on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Performances are on March 26 and 27, 2020. To prepare for auditions, special WOZ Workshops will be offered on select Fridays from September to November. For more information, please check out the LS Musical Blog here.

More information about joining each of these ensembles will be available in August.

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