Ruby C, Maya R and Marlow R only started learning to play their instruments at the beginning of this year. Since then they have had the chance to be part of the 2044 St Peters/ Tempe Public School Training Band, who they rehearse with each week at Tempe Public School. At their first performance, they got to play in front of hundreds of people at the University of New South Wales State Band competition where they won second place! The band are very excited to be performing at St Peters Public School for the first time at school assembly on Wednesday 26th October.
The 2044 training band is looking for more players. You have two chances to come and find out more about the band program. Firstly a parent information session.
Tuesday 1st November at 6.30pm
Tempe Public School Library (enter via Union St)
Secondly, there will be a performance by the band on 4 November in the afternoon at Tempe PS.
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