Calendar 2019

Sep
19
09:15AM 19 September
Term 3, Week 9
Early Learning Centre Tour (Term 3...
Oct
17
09:15AM 17 October
Term 4, Week 1
Junior School Tour (Term 4 2019)
Oct
22
09:00AM 22 October
Term 4, Week 2
Middle & Senior School Tour (...
Oct
24
09:15AM 24 October
Term 4, Week 2
Early Learning Centre Tour (Term 4...
Nov
12
09:15AM 12 November
Term 4, Week 5
Junior School Tour (Term 4 2019)
Nov
13
09:15AM 13 November
Term 4, Week 5
Early Learning Centre Tour (Term 4...
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Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Performing Arts

The Performing Arts are a vibrant part of the educational experience at Scotch College.

The Arts recognise the whole student, fostering a sense of self, community, culture and spirituality in a safe but experimental environment.

Through active participation in drama, musicals, choirs and orchestras, dance productions and film-making, students are engaged in a vital world where their imagination, creativity and technical skills are developed and nurtured.

 

Performing Arts Event Calendar

 

Scotch has one of South Australia's few heritage theatres, built in 1885 by the Barr Smith family. Restored in 1981, it provides a performing and studio space for many of our activities. Other facilities include an outdoor Amphitheatre, a restored Victorian drawing room, an extensive music suite, 'SoundHouse' music technology room and recording studio, a chapel and dance studios.



Both external and internal students can participate in the Scotch Performing Arts program.

 

Curriculum

Internal Scotch students have the opportunity to undertake formal foundation studies of the Performing Arts as part of their scheduled school lessons. In the Middle School and Senior School, the following areas represent the Performing Arts:

  • Drama
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Film

Scotch students have a long tradition of successful endeavours in the Performing Arts and many Old Collegians are now pursuing professional careers as actors, musicians, dancers and film makers following their foundation studies at Scotch.

Schedules & Forms

Timetables

For further information please call the Performing Arts Secretary, Kate Crawshaw, on 08 8274 4210 or email performingarts@scotch.sa.edu.au

 

2019 Forms and Information

*Please note that some activities may be subject to minimum enrolment numbers.

 

Dance

Current and new families: please apply via your Caremonkey profile.

External students wishing to study the SACE Stage 2 Dance subject should download, complete and return this form to the Performing Arts Secretary: 

 

Music: Instrumental and Vocal Tuition

Current and new families: please apply via your Caremonkey profile. 

 

Drama Tuition

In 2019, students wishing to take co-curricular drama can enrol here in the NIDA Open classes that are held at Scotch. We have a limited number of fee-free scholarships on offer each term; contact the Performing Arts Secretary for further details.

 

College Musical

In 2019, our Torrens Park Musical will be Les Misérables.

Current and new families: please apply via your Caremonkey profile. 

 

For more information about the Performing Arts Co-Curricular program, timetables or guidelines, please contact the Performing Arts Secretary on Phone: 08 8274 4210 or via performingarts@scotch.sa.edu.au

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