Arts Development
Our A cappella team and the Handbell Team as the performer in Kwong Ming Ying Loi School Variety Show 2018
Date: 29 April 2018
           Our a cappella school team Basel and the Handbell Team performed two songs in Kwong Ming Ying Loi School Variety Show 2018 on 29 April. The first song is ¡§This is Me¡¨. This is a song performed by Keala Settle for the film The Greatest Showman. It brings out an encouraging message that with faith, we can overcome challenges and difficulties. The second song is ¡§Beneath the Lion Rock¡¨. It is a famous theme song of a TV show about the lives of Hong Kong citizens. The lyrics remind us that although we face uncertainties or hardship, but when there is a will, there is a way. Through the music, students would like to share a positive attitude of life with the audience and bring them joy.
M+ Rover 2018: Travelling Creative Studio
Date: 9 March 2018
           It was our pleasure to have M+ Rover 2018 visiting our school. It is a major school and community outreach programme first organized by M+ in 2016. The customized trailer is a travelling creative studio and exhibition space that tours to local secondary schools and community spaces. The programme emphasizes participatory art practice and collaboration between students and artists, and offers an experience of the creative processes of contemporary visual culture that encourages interpersonal interactions, dialogue, and the exploration of new possibilities. Our students also have chances to join the participating artist as co-producers of their works in the participatory art experience at M+ Rover. All teachers and students greatly enjoyed the artwork designed by the local cultural practitioners!
Hong Kong School Drama Festival 2017-18
Date: 6 March 2018
           This year our school entered the Hong Kong School Drama Competition. Members of the English Drama Club wrote, directed and performed ¡¥Drop to Ocean¡¦, a play about unity and the importance of friendship through adversity. The English Drama club has members from S1-S5, and all forms were involved in the production of ¡¥Drop to Ocean¡¦. The aim of the English Drama Club is to develop drama as a means of enriching the English environment in our school. In the course of producing their own English play, members of the club developed their skills in scriptwriting, sound effects, stage lighting, prop design and stage management, as well as developing their ability to express themselves clearly and confidently in English.
54th Schools Dance Festival
Date: 28 February 2018
           Congratulations! 3C Leung Tsz Tung won the first runner-up in the 54th Schools Dance festival of the category of solo Chinese dance-secondary school section.
54th Schools Dance Festival
Date: 22 January 2018
           Our school jazz team won the second runner-up in the 54th Schools Dance festival jointly organized by the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Schools Dance Association Limited. This was even their first performance in this year. Congratulations on another milestone in dancing!
Christmas Singing and Dancing Contest 2017- 2018
Date: 22 December 2017
           The Christmas Singing and Dancing Contest was successfully held on 22nd December 2017. This year, we invited our alumni and a professional vocal coach to be our guest adjudicator and performer. This occasion provided our students with a valuable opportunity to demonstrate their talents in singing and performing arts. The Singing and Dancing Contest was a success with the assistance of teachers and student helpers. Congratulation to all prize-winners and bless them a very bright future in this area.
Wind Band Symphonic Contest
Date: 5 December 2017
           The Hong Kong Youth Music interflow is an annual major event held by the Music Office of Leisure and Cultural Services Department. The event features contests of string orchestras, Chinese orchestras and symphonic bands. Professional musicians are invited to serve as adjudicators and their comments on the performances help enhance participants¡¦ standards. Our school¡¦s Wind Band, which was founded in 2015, had certified as the Award of Merit in this contest, students gained loads of experience and fun during the rehearsals and contest!
T¡EPARK¡EGreen Flash Mob
Date: 3 December 2017
           Members of the handbell team and the sinfonietta of our school were invited by the Environmental Protection Department to participate in the green flash mob held in T¡EPARK on 3 December and 23 December. To align with the Waste-To-Resources¡¨ concept, our students used upcycling musical instruments such as can-made ukulele and water bottle hand drum to perform a live music show. The show was a novel way of advocating environmental protection. All the guests enjoyed a cozy afternoon along with relaxing music. The flash mob was also recorded as a video and has been put on the T¡EPark Facebook page for the promotion of upcycling. Let¡¦s share the musical moment by watching the performance video. Please click HERE1 HERE2 for details.
Wind Band Music Balcony Performance
Date: 23 November 2017
           Wind Band performed 2 great songs in the Music Balcony Show on 23rd November 2017 at school. Students could enjoy and chill with a full-cast wind band performance during lunchtime. The band was conducted by Mr. Chan Chi Keung, our school Wind Band and Sinfonietta conductor.
Circle Painting Workshop for Art Ambassadors
Date: 23 October 2017
           By creating a great scale of Art piece together, our Art Ambassadors were encouraged to co-operate, create and embrace the differences of their teammates, in order to produce a gorgeous art work with various colors and circles. Circle Painting was founded by an American artist Hiep Nguyen. Visual Arts and the development process provide a condition for students to share positive attitude and raise their spirit through co-operating without a word, but images.
Kick-off Arts Friday
Date: 13 October 2017
           To mark the launching of the Arts Friday, Arts Development Committee organised a Kick-off Ceremony on 13 October 2017. We sincerely wish the students can unleash their fullest potential through a variety of music and arts programs.
S.1 Music Orientation
Date: 4 September 2017
           S.1 Music Orientation Day was held on 4 September, 2017. It aims at arousing students' interest in joining the music training courses of the Arts Friday Program at our school. Students of music teams performed on stage to show their talents and introduce different musical instruments such as violin, flute and timpani.
After that, there were some stalls set which demonstrated and provided an opportunity for S.1 students to play the musical instruments. All S.1 students enjoyed this fruitful and relaxing afternoon.