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Inspired by the delightful Australian tale, Fancy Pants, the story shares a vision of inclusivity, community building, and the importance of the Arts in every day life. The performance will include projected images, dance, song and music, all collectively created by the students of Kilparrin Teaching and Assessment School and Services, Suneden Specialist School and South Australian School for the Vision Impaired.
Students will share their brand new performance and music in a celebratory public finale concert, performing alongside outstanding mentor musicians of the Australian Youth Orchestra and two internationally acclaimed artists, Paul Rissmann (Composer and Educator) and Belinda McFarlane (Violinist, London Symphony Orchestra ).
Join us for a morning of colour, music, dance and creativity and share in the joy that collaborative music making brings. Wear your own pair of "fancy pants" and participate in the final bush dance, as we celebrate the power of music and community.
This project is presented through a partnership between Kilparrin Teaching and Assessment School and Services, City of Marion, Connecting the Dots in Music, Australian Youth Orchestra
Performance: Friday 26 July 11am (approximate running time 45min)
Venue: Marion Cultural Centre, Domain Theatre
Fancy Pants book written by Kelly Hibbert and illustrated by Amanda Graham. Published by Little Book Press.
in Domain Theatre
All ages and talent encouraged to take the mic. Free
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