Do you play an instrument or sing and want to join a music ensemble at Discovery College? The music department is excited to offer the following opportunities to perform with ensembles here at DC.
Chamber Orchestra: This is an ensemble for students learning string, brass, woodwind or percussion instruments. The ensemble plays a wide range of repertoire from western art to modern arrangements. Rehearsals are Wednesday after school. If you would like to join please complete this google form CHAMBER ORCHESTRA APPLICATION by 23 September.
Please note currently wind instruments are not allowed to be played on campus however if you are interested in joining please complete the form still as we plan to include wind instruments as soon as we are granted permission.
Secondary Choir: This is an opportunity for vocalists of all levels to develop their choral musicianship and experience the rewards of singing as a group. We sing and perform a wide range of music. Rehearsals are Thursday after school. Please complete THIS GOOGLE FORM by September 23, if you would like to join us! It is a way to see your level and make sure we have part placement to get a good start on our materials.
Stage Band: This is a show band performing exciting modern and classic songs and are regular performers at DC. The ensemble will consist of vocals and band instruments including brass and saxophones. They rehearse Tuesday afterschool. If you would like to apply to join, complete this google form STAGE BAND APPLICATION by 23 September. Please note currently wind instruments are not allowed to be played on campus however if you are interested in joining please complete the form still as we plan to include wind instruments as soon as we are granted permission.
Application forms are due on 23 September. What are the benefits of being a member of an ensemble? You can meet new like minded musicians and it is a fun opportunity to extend yourself on your instrument or voice. You will get to perform together regularly at concerts and gain access to ESF wide ensemble opportunities. You also develop a number of life skills such as teamwork, discipline, organisation, listening skills and ensemble musicianship. This is also a point of difference you can include in future University applications or part of your CE, CAS.