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2017 Music Itinerant Lessons have started. Rosmini College’s new Music Administrator is Miss Jen Woo and she only works on Wednesdays. If you have any queries about the Itinerant Lessons you must contact Miss Woo:

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 488-3763 (Wed)

 

 

Application forms for lessons and rental instruments are available at school's web:

http://www.rosmini.school.nz/news-events/cultural/music/music-tuition

 

Payment can be made via the school’s online shop:

 

http://www.rosmini.school.nz/shop/category/15-cultural

 

 2017 ITINERANT LESSON TIMETABLE

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

E. Guitar

Mr Andy Smith

From 12:10 -

Clarinet and Alto sax

Mr D. Nicholls

12:10

Violin

Miss Jen Woo 

12:00-

Cello and Piano

Ms J. Williams

10 am -

Low Brass

Mr M. Close

8:30 am -

Trumpet

Miss E. Stokes

12:00 -

Drums

Dr T. Thwaites

1:30 -

Guitar

Mr Shade Smith

12:50-

 

 

Voice

Mr R. Howell

1:30 -

Saxophone

Mr C. Watts

12:40 -

 

 

 

 

 

2017 MUSIC GROUP REHEARSAL TIMETABLE

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Recorder Ensemble

Mrs Kus

Jnr Lunch

*Male Choir

Mrs Kus

8am

 

*Orchestra

Dr Wang

8am

*Brass band

Term 2

*Junior Jazz band

Miss Stokes

Snr Lunch

 

* String Ensemble

Miss Woo

(1:00-1:30)

 

 

*Combined Choir at Carmel

Mr Howell

4.30pm

*Big Band

Dr Thwaites

4.30

 

 

 

The Rosmini College Music Department held a fundraising concert on Wednesday, 31st August in the Tindall Auditorium. Rosmini College’s Music teacher, Mrs Ewa Kus says, “The boys presented themselves well, all the items were well performed and they played with confidence. The Senior Jazz Band and Senior Barbershop Quartet were outstanding.”

 

 

The Rosmini College Maori Department has a new logo, Te Roopu Rangatira. Te Roopu Rangatira means a group of leaders who skilfully lead their people in a positive direction. The logo was designed by Hayden Stead-Hill from Ngati Whatua and Ngapuhi.

 Te Roopu Rangatira has its own Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/TRRbrotherhood/home

 

Two guests from the Japanese consulate in Auckland visited Rosmini College recently and talked to the Year 9 Japanese students about popular Japanese food and the country’s culture.

 

Rosmini College’s Head Boy, Matthew Kereama (18) of Milford has just returned from performing at the Globe in London.  Matthew was part of the cast performing Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’.  Matthew played Gremio. The Kereama family accompanied Matthew to London and were able to see him perform.  Matthew was also able to see productions of Macbeth and Midsummer Night’s Dream being performed at the Globe. Other highlights included lunch with the New Zealand High Commissioner, Sir Lockwood Smith, and visiting Shakespeare’s birthplace at Stratford Upon Avon. Matthew’s trip was made possible through the generous support of family, friends and, in particular, Fuji Xerox.

 

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