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Regent’s student received Gold Prize at Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018

Huge Congratulations to Xinxia, a 6 years old student at Regent’s International School, Bangkok for her wonderful achievement at the YTMF Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018. She has received a Yamaha Gold Prize for piano competition and has also been awarded the Yamaha gold prize for singing competition.

Well done Xinxia! The school is very proud of you and wish you to continue success as a musician. You are a role model to other students and an example to young musicians.

Summer concert by Yamaha The Regent’s

Last week The Regent’s Yamaha Music School hosted a special 2 day summer concert showcasing performances by 115 students who have been learning dance and music at the school. On the first day the junior group graced the concert hall with ballet and piano performances. And on the second day the upper primary and secondary lightened the room with fantastic singing, tunes and beats on musical instruments including saxophone, ukulele, guitar, and drum.  To make the event even special Regent’s Chairman and Director welcomed Ms. Pranapda Phornprapha, the President of Siam Music Yamaha, and Miss Verada Saengsomboon, Managing Director of The Regent’s Yamaha Music School.  

TISAC Primary Arts Day

TISAC Primary Arts Day took place last Friday and it was a great success. Mrs Lyng and Miss Love took 7 children to St Stephen’s International School. They were Peem, Nano, Gino, Popiang, Albert, Wan Xing and Harry. They all performed very well in all the activities.

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By Ms. Elizabeth Lyng, Primary Music Teacher

The KS2 Primary choir make a great start

The KS2 Primary Choir are singing really well already! We are getting ready for International day and a performance that will take place on our Estonian evening.

Primary’s first ever Lunch time Concert!

On Thursday the 29th the Primary school enjoyed a special lunch time concert performed by the choir, orchestra and individual musicians. The quality of all the performances were very high and the parents and children in the audience were amazed by the musical skills demonstrated. Well done everyone!

Find more photos on our Facebook page.

Whole School Choir Update

The Whole School Choir are sounding fantastic. We had our 3rd rehearsal on Monday and it’s great to hear that we are mastering some challenging harmonies already!

Whole School Choir involves everyone from the school community! So why not give it a try next week!

Contact Mrs. Lyng on elizabeth.belcher@regents.ac.th  or Ms. Teague on rachel.teague@regents.ac.th.

Music Scholars perform at American Food Fair

On Friday 2nd October, 9 Music Scholars, along with Miss Teague and Mr. Ansell traveled to Central World, having been invited to perform at the opening of the American Food Fair.

With a planned repertoire of American hits including medleys from ‘Wicked’ and ‘Frozen’, we arrived to discover that ‘Singing in the Rain’ would have been more appropriate!

A huge thunderstorm had left the outdoor event looking a bit soggy, but we weren’t going to let that stop us, and the students performed excellently, demonstrating again what excellent Music scholars we have at the school.

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By Mr Gareth Ansell, Assistant Head (Key Stage 4)

 

Music Scholars perform at Siam Paragon

On Saturday 9th September the Music Scholar Group performed at the Lifestyle Hall in Siam Paragon for the International Education Fair. The students involved were Ken Y9, Sadhu Y7, Sally Y13, Sunny Y9, Poh Y12, Amon Y11, Toy Y11, Petch Y11, Remi Y9, joined by Miss Rachel Teague and ably conducted by Mr Gareth Ansell.

Mr. Hogan described the performance as “spectacular”.

We performed a variety of songs including Sun and Moon, Pie Jesu, I dreamed a dream, Sandpaper Ballet, Hornpipe, Handel’s March and Edelweiss.

By Ms Rachel Teague

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