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Violist selected for National Youth Orchestra
15 March 2017
Violist Emi Ng (Year 13) has been selected for the New Zealand National Youth Orchestra (NYO).
Violinist named member of National Youth Orchestra
2 March 2017
Victoria Chanwai has been selected as second violinist for the National Youth Orchestra (NYO) of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Hamilton students en route to Carnegie Hall
18 November 2016
Two very different musical backgrounds have led Aidan Phillips and Katie Trigg down the same path towards Carnegie Hall.
Violinist passes university level diploma
18 November 2016
Violinist Victoria Chanwai has passed the Associate of Trinity College London (ACTL) Violin Recital Diploma with distinction.
Vocalists win big at ARIA competition
16 November 2016
It was her first time performing in a large vocal competition, but Emily Dela Rue didn’t let her nerves waver her three performances at the New Zealand Aria Awards held at the Rotorua Performing Arts Centre.
48-hour film festival shows you can rush genius
7 November 2016
In the words of Stanley Kubrick, if it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.
Regional short-film award for students
21 October 2016
It was a frantic and sleepless two days of scripting, filming, editing and drinking a ton of V for St Paul’s Collegiate School’s film crew who won the regional 'best schools team' award in this year’s 48-hour film challenge.
International choral tour inspires vocalist
22 September 2016
After a three week whirlwind choral tour of Canada as a member of the New Zealand Secondary Schools Choir, Year 12 student Aidan Phillips says he is feeling more inspired than ever.
St Paul’s embraces Kapa Haka
16 September 2016
There is more to St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Kapa Haka group than first meets the eye.
International tour helps inspire Hamilton soloist
8 September 2016
Hamilton student Katie Trigg was centre-stage on tour with the New Zealand Secondary Students’ Choir.
ITM Music Festival successes
24 August 2016
It was nothing but success for St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Orchestra, Big Band and guitar group that won two gold medals and a bronze respectively at the Waikato ITM Music Festival on Friday 26 August.
Musicians impress adjudicator at district competition
9 June 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School students competed at the district Chamber Music Competition at the University of Waikato Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts this week with the aim of progressing through to the regional competition.
Tuning up for international appearance
30 March 2016
Two Hamilton students are part of the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Choir which has top billing at a renowned global event in Canada.
St Paul’s student joins symphony orchestra
23 March 2016
Hamilton teenager Victoria Chanwai is something of an old hand on the violin.
Violinist to play for NZ Secondary Schools Symphony Orchestra
22 February 2016
Victoria Chanwai has been selected as a 1st violinists for the 2016 NZ Secondary Schools Symphony Orchestra (NZSSSO).
Performers shine at New Zealand ARIA Competition
4 November 2015
Three St Paul’s Collegiate School students – Katie Trigg (Year 12), Aidan Phillips (Year 11) and Geordie Migo (Year 12) – performed at New Zealand ARIA, the national classical singing competition for secondary school and tertiary aged students, held in Rotorua in early November.
Organist sought after by Waikato University
3 November 2015
St Paul’s Collegiate School student Jonathan Mayer was awarded a University of Waikato Hillary Scholarship valued at $50,000 for his academic ability, commitment to community service and, most importantly, his musical ability on the organ and piano.
Music talent attracts big scholarship offers
29 October 2015
2015 was a year in the spotlight for singer-songwriter and Head Girl Zoe Lapwood who showed real promise for a career in the music industry.
Rock ‘N’ Roll rains success
28 October 2015
Jessica Crow strapped on her dancing shoes over the Labour Day weekend to Rock ‘N’ Roll at the Senior National Rock ‘N’ Roll Championships in the restricted, triples and same sex categories.
National Bronze Awards for music students
24 June 2015
St Paul’s Collegiate School students Emi Ng and Michael Torrance have been awarded National Bronze Awards for the 2015 NZCT Chamber Music Contest.
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