Kol ha’kavod to the entire company of students who performed on stage, played in the band and provided behind-the-scenes support for Seussical, the Bialik musical, recently staged at The National Theatre in St Kilda. Our students were thrilled with the opportunity to work in a professional theatre venue to hone their craft, authentically. Producing a large-scale show in one school
Bialik College Students performed at the In One Voice festival on Sunday 17 March. The Grade 6 Performance Ensemble and the Primary Choir gave a beautiful performance of the Yiddish songs Yossi, Yossi and Ale Brider. All the performers displayed a professional attitude and gave their best in representing Bialik College at this community event. In addition to the musical
Mazel tov to Brendan Cohen, Year 12 Media 2018, who has been officially selected for Top Designs this year as part of the VCAA’s Season of Excellence. Only approximately 13 students out of 5000 from across Victoria are selected, making it a huge honour and a testament to the outstanding creativity and dedication Brendan exhibited throughout his Year 12 studies.
Mazel tov to Year 12 student Jordan Foulkes whose Media film, Clown in the Dumps, has been officially selected for the student section of the Flickerfest film festival. Flickerfest is one of only a handful of film festivals in Australia that is officially recognised by the Academy Awards and BAFTA Awards, meaning that winning films are eligible for award nominations
Bialik College vocalists featured at the Habayit Festival last Sunday at Beth Weizmann Community Centre. They entertained the audience with their enthusiastic renditions of Hebrew songs. Bar F sang ‘Here Comes the Sun’ by the Beatles in Ivrit, Maya D sang the classic song ‘Amen’ by Liora, and Eden G finished the presentation with ‘Eyzeh Yom Sameach’ a classic Israeli
On Tuesday 4 December, all Year 3 students had the opportunity to grace the stage with confidence and joy in the Year 3 Performing Arts Presentation, Circus Bialikus. It was a colossal, stupendous, astounding, fantastic, exciting, and tremendous look at how the circus can teach us a lot about life’s lessons. Well done to all these students on their spectacular
The 2018 Year 6 Battle of the Bands (BOB), held yesterday in the Victor Smorgon Hall, saw students from 6A, 6B and 6C facing off against each other with the help of their coaches, Julian, Marc and Sarah. The students of 6A performed Youngblood by 5 Seconds of Summer, 6B performed Wannabe by the Spice Girls and 6C performed Let Me
Mazel tov to Sienna Tugendhaft for being shortlisted for Top Arts for both her final artworks – Prahran Market – a whimsical nostalgic homage; and her quirky and ironic When Life gives you lemons. Sienna is the third student to be shortlisted for the Top Arts and Design exhibition, which runs as part of the VCE Season of Excellence and
Kol ha’kavod to Bialik music student Lauren B, who played the flute last weekend for the Melbourne Chamber Choir, in the rarely-performed oratorio, Handel’s Solomon, at Temple Beth Israel. Wonderful naches to see our students contributing their talent both inside and outside of school.
Kol ha’kavod to Year 11 student Jonathan G, whose brilliant packaging and branding design was shortlisted for the VCE Season of Excellence Top Designs Exhibition.