Arts News

The Ragin' Red from Dixie State University will be at Saint George’s on Tuesday, March 27 from 8:20-9:00am during A block.  They will be doing their singing and dance routines.  Middle and Upper School classes, staff and families are welcome to attend this free performance in Founders Theater. 

The All-School Talent Show is coming Friday, April 13 at 6pm in Founders Theater.  Use the Sign Up Sheet on the website to get with the program.  LS and MS students need a parent signature, and there will be mandatory auditions on April 10 and 11...

To celebrate the 454th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, the Saint George’s Upper School is presenting an evening of One-Act plays dedicated to poking fun at the world’s most revered playwright.  After all, Shakespeare himself was a jokester, a punster and a wry observer of life – both real and theatrical.  Performances are 7:00pm on Thursday, March 22, Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24 in Founders Theatre.  There is no cost and no reservations needed, so come and enjoy the plays.  See more details about each one-act play...

The 7th and 8th grade choir sang three jazz classics at their Spring Concert on Tuesday, March 13.  See a video of them singing "Fly Me to the Moon" and a Photo Gallery of their performance.  They were followed by the 6th grade choir; see a Photo Gallery of them on stage.  They performed a variety of songs, from a Gaelic tune to a Baroque chorus to their own take on the children's song "This Ol' Man".  Very entertaining!

Pencil portraits of students from Haiti created by Upper School art students are on display in the Art Gallery.  These portraits are for the 2018 Memory Project, an annual drawing activity that provides protraits to orphans living in 3rd World countries.  These students live in a part of the island of Haiti that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016.  Many still live in temporary tents; these images will be mailed to them so they have something to put up on their walls when they get a new home.  See a Photo Gallery of the portraits on display through March 30, and view a video about the Orphans of Haiti who will receive these portraits.

The Upper School Photography class spent an evening and night out in the snow making portraits and catching dramatic images of the traces of sparklers.  See a Photo Gallery of their wild light show!

Five International Baccalaureate diploma candidates displayed their art exhibits around the Upper School on Friday, March 9.  See a Photo Gallery of some of their creations.

The Lower School's Talent Show featured singing, dancing, magic and music on the stage of Founders Theater on Thursday, March 8.  This Video Medley includes parts of each of the talented performances!

SGS senior Solvieg Baylor, 10th grader Sarah Wu, and 7th grader John Nowland were selected to perform in the Spokane Music Teachers Association 2018 Honors Recital at the Steinway Gallery on Saturday, March 10.  Students from 25 different piano teachers participated in this Music Artistry Program.  SGS students Jasmine Tehrani (7th grade) and Lily Yang (10th grade) also received Honorable Mention recognition.

Earlier on March 4, 10th grader Lucy Yan was one of three winners of the State Recitalist Competition.  Sarah Wu won third alternate and Solveig Baylor earned honorable mention in that competition.  Congratulations, Dragons!

The Lower School Variety Show will be Thursday, Mar. 8 from 1:00-2:30pm in Founders Theater.  Many students will share their talents, so come join in the fun!

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