NSW Band Festival

NSW School Band Festival is on this weekend and as in previous years we have four bands performing.  The band festival is great opportunity for our bands to perform and watch other school bands perform.  In previous years we have won workshops with established musicians.  We often take advantage of these workshops at music camp or on pupil free day workshops.

Bands need to arrive one hour before their performance. Our events are all on Sunday 22 July, arrival times for each band are:

Junior Concert Band: 7:45am

Junior Stage Band: 4pm

Concert Band: 10:45am

Stage Band: 5:45pm

It is vital that you arrive on time as we have a limited time to warm up and prepare before our performance.

The band festival is held at the Clancy Auditorium at UNSW and our school is running the canteen as a major fundraiser.  Please refer to the school website for details about the canteen.

Getting there –
On foot:
Enter through Gate 9, High St. The Sir John Clancy Auditorium is located on the right.
Driving:
Enter through Gate 11, Botany St. Park in multi-level parking station. Parking charges apply on weekdays. Upon exiting vehicle, proceed out of the carpark, pass through the Samuels Building underpass and proceed down Chancellery Walk, the Sir John Clancy Auditorium is on the left.
There is also free street parking around the venue. You can download a map of the venue at this link https://rbscmep.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/sir_john_clancy_auditorium_map_20111.pdf
If you cannot attend this event please let Murray or Lidia know.
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