The HS Choir presents their evening of choral music, with beautiful works of the holiday season by Kim André Arnesen, Z. Randall Stroope, and Zachary Moore among others.
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The Voiceworks ensembles present their concert in a range of genres, from classic choral repertoire and folk song influences, via Broadway, all the way to Disney.
This concert of 2nd year string players features advanced players as well as a Stomp-inspired ending to the last song that students composed themselves.
The Middle and High School Bands present their concert “Time”.
Guillaume is a professional lighting designer now working in Qatar. He graduated ISB in 2018 and got hired as the head of lighting for a production company in Qatar in 2019.
At ISB, Gabriel studied music theory, analysis, midi-production, guitar, harmony and counterpoint. He studied music at Columbia University, and obtained a PhD in Music Theory and Composition at UC Davis. He teaches courses in composition, analysis, acoustics, and music technology at Arizona State University. This piece was commissioned by Roberto Alonso Trillo, Hong Kong Baptist University and Vertixe Sonora Ensemble for the 2020 New Music, New Paths call for proposals.
Matthew plays with Emma-Jean Thackray in a live performance for the 2022 London Jazz Festival. He is working as a musician and bass player based in London. He plays with a few different artists and I runs a few of his own projects.
Casimir Liberski ReTRio is a throwback in more than one way. 20 years after its formation in 2002, Casimir Liberski (piano), Janos Bruneel (double bass) and Jerôme Colleyn (drums) are reunited to present their very personal blend of atypical, avant-pop jazz with uniquely retro undertones.
All of the filming for ArtsTV was made in accordance with the current distancing and hygiene requirements of the school.