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Artsy IDES full of stars

All photos by T. Hynd

Isabella Dicken Elementary School (IDES) held their Celebration of the Arts Evening, which featured musical performances and student works of visual art.

An audience of family and friends packed the school gymnasium on April 16, as students performed in an 80 piece recorder ensemble and chorale group as music teacher David Pasivirta conducted.

The school’s Glee Club sang contemporary favourite songs, and the Grade 5/6 band classes demonstrated the amazing progress they have made in one year of band, playing four pieces,” added IDES Principal Dawn Voysey.

Over 350 pieces of artwork, one from every child, were on display in the hallways and classrooms for the standing room only crowd to view after the performance.

 

 

 

 

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