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Debut CD and video for talented musician
22 June 2015
Zoe Lapwood loves her music.
Violinist to play for New Zealand Secondary Schools Orchestra
23 March 2015
Emi Ng has been selected as a violinist for the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Symphony Orchestra (NZSSSO).
A musical treat at Switzer
20 January 2015
Fifteen-year-old Katie Trigg (Year 12) is blessed with real talent, and is always happy to share it with the old folk at Kaitaia rest home Switzer Residential Care.
Student dances in Phantom of the Opera
4 November 2014
Sarah Kosoof danced in all 19 shows of Phantom of the Opera when the stage show visited Hamilton in early 2014.
John Penyas represented in the NZCT National Chamber Music Semi-Finals
29 August 2014
Year 13 student and Deputy Head of School, John Penyas, represented St Paul’s at the National semi-finals of the NZCT Chamber Music contest in Christchurch in early August.
Student wins songwriting competition
12 August 2014
Zoe Lapwood (Year 12) has been announced as a finalist of the Lion Foundation’s Songwriting Competition, which this year attracted the biggest field of entries in the competition’s history.
Good vibes at concert
7 August 2014
Teenage rock band The Drunken Sailors plan to bring the house down at this year’s Good Vibrations family musical extravaganza organised by St Paul’s Collegiate.
Head Girl wins five music awards at Hamilton Competitions
18 July 2014
Head Girl Jess Chanwai competed in the strings section of the Hamilton Competitions on Saturday 5 July at St Peter’s School Cambridge.
A Strange Days Night
3 July 2014
50 years ago the Beatles performed two concerts in the Auckland Town Hall and created hysteria.
Colourful, family-friendly show
27 June 2014
St Paul’s Collegiate School will be bringing a cast of colour to the Hamilton community this July.
Colourful story told
25 June 2014
The colourful and family-friendly story of Joseph and his Coat of Many Colours is to burst on stage next week in the St Paul’s Collegiate production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Students perform in front of crowds of 25,000
6 May 2014
Over the Easter break Jess Chanwai and the St Paul’s Choir performed in front of crowds of 25,000 at Chief’s games played in the Waikato.
Violinist wins big award
16 October 2013
For St Paul’s Collegiate student Jessica Chanwai music is a hobby – even though she gets up at 5.
Students' musical talent put on stage
28 August 2013
St Paul’s Collegiate students John Penyas and Jessica Chanwai are members of the Ripon Piano Quartet which is to perform in the school’s Good Vibrations annual music festival.
Students achieve first place at Hamilton Regional Chamber Music Competition
8 August 2013
Jessica Chanwai and John Penyas competed in the Hamilton Regional Chamber Music Competition as part of their musical group, Ripon Piano Quartet, which consists of John, Jess and two other students from Hamilton Boys High School, Daniel Ng and Simon Miles.
St Paul’s impresses at NZCT District Chamber Music Competition
12 June 2013
Yesterday at the NZCT District Chamber Music Competition two St Paul’s groups competed against groups from Thames High School, Te Awamutu College, Sacred Heart Girl’s College, Waikato Diocesan, Hillcrest High School and home schooled students.
Old Collegian, Jonathan Eyers, wins the University of Waikato Aria contest
7 June 2013
Recent St Paul’s Collegiate School graduate, Jonathan Eyers, placed first at the University of Waikato’s Aria contest last Friday 31 May 2013.
Plant that devours people
29 May 2013
A comedy, horror, rock musical centred on a man-eating plant is subject of the popular school musical Little Shop of Horrors to be staged by St Paul’s Collegiate in July.
Young baritone sets his sights on singing opera in Europe
14 December 2012
Winner of 5 First Places in New Zealand Aria Competition St Paul’s Collegiate School Y13 student Jonathan Eyers has a dream to be an Opera singer in Europe and by the way he’s been performing lately he’s on the right track.
Tommy talks his way to NZ award
31 August 2012
The trials and tribulations of being a Ginga – or a red-headed person – was the subject that propelled St Paul’s Collegiate year 13 student Thomas ‘Tommy’ Moss to first place in the NZ Lions Clubs 2012 Young Speechmakers National Final last week.
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