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Music FOBISIA in Kuala Lumpur - Day 3 May 20

Our BSB Music Team is participating in the FOBISIA Music Festival in Kuala Lumpur including 11 students, Ms. Clark and Ms. Ryan.

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The day began with a group warmup where students had to make shapes with their bodies. They were not allowed to repeat partners, so it was a good way to meet friends from other schools.

The rest of the day was spent in rehearsals and finalising the preparations for the concert. The choir and orchestra rehearsed together for the first time on their combined piece.

In the evening, we watched a concert by the gamelan group Rhythm in Bronze. We learned about the gamelan, and a few lucky students were able to try it!

Another great day of music. 

Update 10:30pm from: Ms. Haley Clark, Director of Music

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