WRITTEN BY
Tara May
14 December, 2020

Entire Northbridge school community celebrates our annual Creativity Night - virtually!

Entire Northbridge school community celebrates our annual Creativity Night - virtually! Northbridge International School Cambodia’s Arts Council presented Creativity Night virtually for the second year in a row, due to restrictions. Creativity Night is a student-led event that is beloved by the community; this year, our students and staff were able to express their creativity through the performing arts.

Northbridge International School Cambodia’s Arts Council presented Creativity Night virtually for the second year in a row, due to restrictions. Creativity Night is a student-led event that is beloved by the community; this year, our students and staff were able to express their creativity through the performing arts.

As COVID-19 continues to raise issues throughout the world, the students here at NISC have been tasked with using their creative thinking skills in finding solutions to present the talent that we have here to our wider community, both in Phnom Penh and around the globe. The Arts Council took these challenges head on and successfully delivered on a virtual platform once again.

The performances for Creativity Night, which featured staff and students performing various musical and dance acts, were live streamed to our community through Facebook Live. The duo of Lily and Jiu headed the performances as our MCs.

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Some of our performances include: the dynamic sibling duo Sally and Justin Li performing a dance piece titled “The Power”, a violin and acoustic guitar duet from Danny Park and Joe Yu, a solo singing performance from Molnika, and our staff, Ms. Yewon and Ms. Lisa, performed a piece from the movie, Howl’s Moving Castle, on flute and piano.

Thank you to everyone who supported our livestream of Creativity Night and making it a success!

Click here to watch it on Facebook.

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