Ignite the passion for music
The Performing Arts Week in March was an artistic journey for our secondary school students to experience an array of music genres. Given this year’s pandemic, the thrill of this event was not lost. The Muzé Committee, our student leadership committee presented their Broadway Medley by featuring their favourite musicals. They all had their own chance to shine in the performance video available to the public.
Click here to watch the Broadway Medley
Interview with conductor
Caleb Foong and Alex Leung of the Muzé committee interviewed Ms Synthia Ko from PMA Foundation who is also the Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of Metropolitan Youth Orchestra (MYO) of Hong Kong. Apart from sharing her path to becoming a conductor, Ms Ko encouraged us not to give up when facing difficulties in life. Despite the challenges during the pandemic, she successfully led the young musicians of MYO to hold one of the first virtual Orchestral Performance in Hong Kong on YouTube.
Click here for the interview
Lo-fi music has accompanied students across the world to help them study, focus and improve productivity. It is fun and easy to make at home without expensive equipment. You can even make it sound like an old record or add different background noises.
Watch our regular Mutalk to learn more about the history and production of Lo-fi music.
Dress Up Day
Students were inspired to pick out costumed inspired by their favourite music characters and prepared for the Dress Up Day in style!
The inter-house game show, “Guess the Teachers” game and Kahoot quiz were the perfect moments to interact and earn points for their own houses.
Click here for the inter-house game show
Whether you are a fan of Broadway musicals, classical music or new music genres, you will find joy through the love of music in this Performing Arts Week.