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Mangere College Magazine 2017

Several students from MC

Several students from MC were involved in the Southside rise project this year, a collaboration between the Black Friars theatre Company and local schools aimed at growing polycultural creative leaders for South auckland. Special mentions go to Sesilia Otuhiva for all her hard work and dedication, and William Fonua, for being the student representing MC on this project. The resulting production was of an excellent quality and was a prime example of the wealth of talent that is abundant amongst our young people in the performing arts at MC. All those who went to the Mangere Arts Centre to watch the show thoroughly enjoyed it and eagerly await what is in store for next year. Many thanks go to Creative Director Dr Michelle Johansson and her team for making this possible and inviting MC to join them as part of the collaboration. - Mr Euden, HOD Performing Arts EXCEL SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS: CollABoRAtIoN throughout the month of May, our Year 10 Music and dance students were given the opportunity to work with visiting students from the excel School of Performing arts. The focus was composition and they were able to achieve some excellent results due to their own hard work and the excellent leadership shown by the Excel students in facilitating this series of collaborative workshops. One product of this successful partnership was an original popular song written by our students called ‘Can’t Stop Loving You’, a theme created with reference to the story of Romeo and Juliet. Many thanks go to Excel Principal John Knight and his team for providing these free workshops and exciting creative experiences for our junior Performing Arts students at MC. - Mr Euden, HOD Performing Arts 54 Mangere College - 2017

UNWRAP THE MUSIC: MUSIC tRIP on wednesday 24th May a large group of Year 10 Music students attended ‘unwrap the Music’, a concert hosted by the auckland Philharmonia orchestra (aPo) at the auckland town Hall. It was presented by the renowned music educator, Richard Gill, who analysed and explored Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Gill’s narration and teachings captivated our students’ minds and provided much inspiration and many ideas for when they came to compose and devise their own music. Many thanks to the APO Connecting Programme who made this special opportunity possible and funded the tickets as well providing transportation to and from the venue. - Mr Euden, HOD Performing Arts STAND UP, STAND OUT, 2017: PeRFoRMANCe CoMPetItIoN the Mangere College Music department is pleased to announce the involvement of the band ‘effectively’ in the Stand up, Stand out 2017 competition. The band performed in front of a wonderful audience at the Otara Music and Arts Centre on Monday 14th August where they performed a cover of Six60’s – ‘Forever’. Lead vocalist Criss Papau delivered a strong performance alongside Mele Palenapa, giving them every chance to make it into the finals. Taua Tavioni performed confidently and excelled on the drums, delivering a stunning performance alongside Joeta Fuimaono on electric bass guitar. This competition has been a key area of excellence for the Mangere College Music Department and will continue to be a valuable experience for many of our future singers and musicians. - Mr Pearson, Teacher of Music Mangere College - 2017 55

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