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Scottish Opera Auditions

 

SCOTTISH OPERA CHILDREN’S AUDITIONS

2015 / 2016 Production

GIRLS & BOYS 8 – 11 YEARS OLD

 

Scottish Opera are currently looking for children to participate in one of their forthcoming productions.   We are looking for children aged between 8 and 11 years old who are confident singers and comfortable singing in French. This is a great opportunity to work with a professional opera company, production team and cast to perform in the Glasgow’s Theatre Royal, Inverness Eden Court, Aberdeen’s His Majesty’s Theatre and at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh.

Do you know anyone who would be suitable or would be interested in taking part?

Children must be available for rehearsals in Glasgow and performances between Tuesday 18 August and Saturday 14 November 2015.

We are holding individual auditions on:

Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 May 2015 between 4 pm and 6 pm

At: Scottish Opera, 40 Edington Street, Glasgow G4 9RD

(Please arrive 15 minutes early to register)

To book an audition for your child please contact Margaret Sloan. Audition places will be given strictly on a first-come first-serve basis.  Applicants will be invited to attend a 5 minute individual audition at which they will perform one song of their choice.

Margaret Sloan

Email: margaret.sloan@scottishopera.org.uk

Tel: 0141 242 0528

Audition Registration Deadline: Thursday 7 May 2015 by 4.30 pm

Glasgow Art Club Primary Exhibition 2014

Twelve of our Primary 7 pupils have been invited to submit a piece of artwork for the forthcoming Glasgow Art Club Primary Exhibition 2014 . The exhibition will take place at Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath St from 14th-21st June.  See www.glasgowartclub.co.uk for opening times.

Our Lady of the Missions Primary are delighted to support this event and the exhibition will be well worth a look!
See below for link to flyer

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Expressive Arts

Experiences in the expressive arts involve creating and presenting and are practical and experiential. Evaluating and appreciating are used to enhance enjoyment and develop knowledge and understanding.

Learning in, through and about the expressive arts:

  • enables children to experience the inspiration and power of the arts
  • recognises and nurtures their creative and aesthetic talents
  • allows them to develop skills and techniques that are relevant to specific art forms and across the four capacities
  • provides opportunities for them to deepen their understanding of culture in Scotland and the wider world
  • is enhanced and enriched through partnerships with professional arts companies, creative adults and cultural organisations.

From Primary 4 onwards pupils have the opportunity to receive instrumental tuition in music provided by the Local Authority Music Service both during the day and on Saturday mornings in Williamwood High School. In Primary 4 the violin/viola are available and in later stages children can be considered for guitar, cello, clarsach and woodwind instruments.

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