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FOBISIA Orchestra Festival Updates - Day 4

16 November 2015

BSB students, Mingqi, Bonnie & Max have the wonderful opportunity to perform in the FOBISIA Orchestra Festival in Phuket, Thailand. They will rehearse for 3 days with 80 students from other FOBISIA schools & perform in Sunday's concert. 

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Yesterday, Sunday 15th November was the last day, full of dress rehearsals and soundchecks, culminating in the final concert. For most students, it was the first time they had played orchestral repertoire under the baton of a professional conductor. They were so excited and proud and deserved all the praise and applause they received. 

We will post pictures of the concert soon. For now, here are a few of the dress rehearsal.

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Updates from Ms. Haley Clark, Director of Music