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A Million Dreams can come alive

Last night, our School celebrated the 2nd Annual Arts Gala, hosted by seniors Nicola DuToit and Linus Mulherin and assisted by the Arts Committee Head, Joanna Bond. The event showcased talent and works from our various programmes of visual art, media art, dance, drama, and music. Midway through the show, Nicola (vocals) was joined by three more Grade 12 students, Sharlene Chan (vocals), and Kathleen Balcome (piano and vocals), and Antonia Ziegler (page turner) to perform a piece from the 2017 hit movie, The Greatest Showman, entitled A Million DreamsClick here to watch the performance. Their rendition was filled with passion and musicality and delivered an appealing message. The chorus of the song sums up nicely the ethos of art, in my opinion:

They can say, they can say it all sounds crazy
They can say, they can say I've lost my mind
I don't care, I don't care, so call me crazy
We can live in a world that we design

The Arts are demanding and yet liberating, offering each of us the opportunity to express ourselves in unique ways. The expanse of talent in this School is impressive. We are blessed indeed. In the weeks ahead, I shall continue to feature more for your enjoyment.

Jeff Smith
Director of Visual & Performing Arts

Academics, Athletics, the Arts, and Leadership are the four pillars of a King's-Edgehill education. We talk about the pillars, approaches to education, co-curricular activities, current KES events and more in our blog, Inside King's-Edgehill School. Read the latest issue here.
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