Diversity and Culture Share is a new performing arts course for the winter trimester designed to celebrate the diversity of cultures represented by each person in our community. In this class, students will explore and exchange their personal stories and those of their ancestors through music, dance, poetry, song, and storytelling. The performance aspect will be cultivated from a regular practice of sharing with each other and will culminate with a music and dance concert at the end of the trimester.
The music department has been busy! Busy putting out product, meeting notable musicians, and challenging our students in new and interesting ways. I’d like to take you on a brief music tour and offer you a window into what we’ve done during the winter trimester and what we are looking forward to debuting in the spring.
With physical distancing and remote learning now the norm for many, the performing arts have been affected tremendously. Even New York's Broadway theaters and many others nationwide remain closed. This posed the question, how were we at Solebury going to be able to bring theater to our community?
On Friday, May 3, Solebury School proudly awarded the following...
Check out photos from Thursday night's Rock Band / Jazz Roots Ensemble concert, featuring special guests Owen Graham '20, teacher Russ Carrick, and Rock Band mentor Anthony Porter!
View photos of our student musicians, singers, and dancers!
Read the Playbill and view dozens of photos from the incredible show!
Listen to Solebury School's Jazz Roots Ensemble perform two student-written songs, recorded under the direction of Music Department Head Cathy Block (who also performs on flute).
Listen to a professional recording of the Solebury Elite Ensemble performing "Danse Macabre" by C. Saint-Saëns.
Avery Orsini '20 and Jupiter Shi '20 earned 2nd and 3rd place awards, respectively, in the show.
Eight student artists will have their work on display for this annual exhibition.
View photos and the Playbill from the show.
Check out photos and the set list from their first concert of the year!
Don't miss the SoleStage Players' production of Let the Right One In, a suspenseful, chilling fairytale!