20,000+ students. 31 schools. 13 countries. 1 Global Orchestra
Can you hit the right note?
Whether you have the voice of an angel or play like a concert pianist, we invite Regents students of all ages to showcase their talents and audition for the ensemble. The Global Orchestra will consist of a choir, soloists and instrumental ensembles who will join together in New York this June for an exclusive week long residential programme culminating in a public performance to celebrate their musical accomplishments. Students will participate in inspiring workshops and practice sessions guided by experts, watch performances by elite artists and be immersed in the city’s arts culture to nurture their talent. Students will also develop their creativity, confidence and collaboration skills as they work with and learn from each other.
Auditions for both primary and secondary students will take place in all 31 Nord Anglia Education schools around the world in March. The top performers from each school will be invited to share a recorded audition with a global judging panel who will select three young musicians and singers from each school to join the 93 student international ensemble. This exciting opportunity is being funded by Nord Anglia Education as part of their commitment to helping students develop the skills and talents to achieve their ambitions.
If you’re interested in finding out more about how you can take part in the Global Orchestra, Emily.Andrews@regents-pattaya.co.th?subject=The%20Global%20Orchestra">contact Emily Andrews, Head of Secondary Music today!
Principal of Regents International School Pattaya, Iain Blaikie expressed his delight at the initiative. “I believe passionately in the power of the performing arts to inspire young people and the Global Orchestra will be an opportunity of a lifetime for three talented students at our school. One of this school’s most distinctive features is its unbendable commitment to helping students to set their sights high – the Global Orchestra is just one example of how we will be using our world-wide connections to reinforce that aspiration. Good luck to every one of our students taking part!”