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DCIS Music Proms 2017

04 July 2017

A beautiful evening of music showcasing the incredible talent and musical dedication in our school

  • DCIS Music Proms 2017
  • DCIS Music Proms 2017
  • DCIS Music Proms 2017
  • DCIS Music Proms 2017
  • DCIS Music Proms 2017

The 2017 DCIS Music Proms were held last Thursday evening at different locations throughout the school campus to highlight the solo music students of the DCIS Music Tuition Programme.

The main objective of the evening was to enable each performer to gain stage confidence by performing four times at one of the locations, while different sets of audiences rotated through the venues.

The opening ceremony of the Proms began with the DCIS Chamber Ensemble performing the first movement of ‘Bach’s Concerto in D minor’. This was followed by the Choir singing ‘Rule Britannia’ and Singing Voices, who sang a Disney medley to guide the parents into the promenade procession.

Over 100 students showcased their developing talents on instruments such as saxophone, flute, guitar, voice, piano, keyboard, cello and violin, under an array of lights in Cooper Hall, Main Music Room, Primary Lobby and the Academy.

The DCIS Music Department would like to acknowledge and thank the following peripatetic teachers who have helped prepare our students for this event: Dr. Wang, Mr. Sum, Mr. Daniel, Mr. Foster, Mr. Z’Berg, Mr. Layman and Mr. Fung.

Patrick Dwyer
Head of Music