We would like to introduce to your, our brand new Music Ambassadors. Watch this space for exciting news come from our Pupil Leadership Team.
Our fabulous choir provided Music Liturgy for a beautiful Mass to celebrate our Patron Saint. Theresa with Bishop Tolan on 4th October.
Applications due via this Microsoft Forms link by Friday 1st September.
The Expressive Arts faculty would like to cordially invite you to our first Expressive Arts Showcase on Thursday 15th June in the Theatre.
We have been very lucky to secure Siobhan McCauley for three 2-hour Future Friday sessions, to support our SQA singers in their final preparations for their SQA Music practical exam next week. This included learners from S4, S5 & S6 sitting National 5, Higher & Advanced Higher Music. The singers have been focussing on mood & character, breathing techniques, projection and fundamentally building confidence for their exam performance.
Siobhan McAuley has been immersed in musical performance from an early age. At the age of five she joined the Glasgow Youth Choir singing as a soloist and touring throughout Europe. Since graduating from the RSAMD (now Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) Siobhan has continued to perform solo in operas, recitals and nationwide competitions. Highlights she recalls include playing principal cast roles in Mozart’s Magic Flute and Marriage of Figaro, Puccini’s La Bohème, Berlioz’s Nativity and Faure’s Requiem. More recently Siobhan has led the cast of London’s West End hit show The Lion King building up a reputation as one of the UK’s leading vocal coaches. Siobhan is the founder and creative director of the Ayrshire Infinity Choir.
S1 were treated to a mini pipe band performance during assembly this morning from Mrs. Muir (acting Head of Expressive Arts), Mr. Geddes (Maths Teacher) and Mr. Nelson (snare drumming instructor) from the North Lanarkshire Schools Pipe Band this morning to promote snare & tenor drumming lessons. All three performers currently compete against each other in Scottish Power and Police Federation Scotland Pipe Bands.
See your Music Teacher to sign up to these FREE LESSONS!!!
Taylor High School Rock Band represented the school at the North Lanarkshire Council Music Showcase at the Motherwell Concert Hall on the 8th December and entertained a full house with their rendition of ‘Jingle Bell Rock‘. They were performing amongst the creme de la creme of young musicians within the authority. Well done: Noel Quinn S3 (vocals & rhythm guitar), Patrick Pllu S3 (lead guitar), Lena Surma S3 (bass guitar) and Rooney Chan S4 (drum kit)
Tickets available from the school office 01698 274976