20 Nov 2017

The Sha Tin College Arts Festival 20 November- 8 December 2017

The Sha Tin College Arts Festival
20 November- 8 December 2017
Dear Parents,
After the success of the 2016 Art Festival, we have decided to extend it to three weeks. During this period, we will showcase the Art, Music, Dance, Drama and Film projects at Sha Tin College. There will be a number of events taking place at lunchtimes and after school.  You are most welcome to attend.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Drama studios
Monday 20  November at 1:15pm (presented to Year 7s)
Wednesday 22  November at 7pm
Thursday November  23 at 7pm
Friday November 24  at 7pm
Exhibition of Posters and Photography
by Alan Dickson Opening at 3:30 pm in Room 343
Art Exhibition
An exhibition of Year 11 and 13 student artwork displayed throughout the school
Monday November 27 – Friday 1 December
Film in Room 361
A screening of IB film student work
                                        Wednesday 29  November 12.30pm
Classical Music Concert in Room 351
A showcase of classical music from a wide range of students
Tuesday 5  December 4.00pm
Lunchtime Concerts in Room 351
A showcase of  musical ensembles from all years
Tuesday 5 December 12.30pm -1.00pm
Thursday 7 December 12.30pm -1.00pm
 FInale Rock Concert in Room 351
A concert showcasing  rock bands from Sha Tin College
Thursday 7 December 5.30pm
Finale Dance Expo in Room 361
A showcase of dance performances by students at Sha Tin College
Thursday 7 December 6.30pm
Finale on the Basketball Courts
An outdoor concert with STC Orchestra, STC Choir, Sha Tin Soul and all Year 7 students
Thursday 7 December 6.30pm
If you would like your child to perform in any of the musical events a Sign Up is available via SMART.
Most of the events are free except the School production of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream  and the Finale Thursday evening performances on 7 December.  Tickets for A Midsummer Night’s Dream are $80 dollars for adults and $50 dollars for students.  They are available from the White House. The cost also includes refreshments.
Tickets for the Finale are $50 for adults and students.  This cost will include entrance and refreshments.  If your child is in the Year 7 choir, please note that she/he will be performing in the second half at approximately 7.30pm.  If you would like to only come for the second half the cost of the tickets is $30.  Tickets will be on sale from Monday 20 November from the White House, at break times. Payment is by Octopus card only; no cash or cheques.
We hope you can attend what promises to be an exciting, enjoyable event and that you will continue to support the Arts.
Yours sincerely
Jane Parry        Noah Nicholson      Neil Harris           Alan Dickson          John Doherty
Senior Leader   Head of Music        Head of Drama    Head of ICT/Film    Head of Art