Our very own Harry H (Year 8) shone on stage in Opera Australia’s latest production, Turandot, and Arts Centre Melbourne. Harry has been performing with AO for several years and continues to revel in the opportunity to hone his stage skills. Congratulations, Harry!
On Tuesday 3 December, all students in Year 3 shone on the stage in the Victor Smorgon Hall during their Performing Arts Presentation, ‘The Pirate Code’. In this production, we followed the journey of young Max, who ran away to join a band of pirates at sea. On his travels, Max discovered an ocean world suffering at the hands of
Historic Festival Debut! On Thursday 7 November, members of the Year 5 and 6 Orchestral Program attended the Victorian Schools Band Festival for the very first time in Bialik music history. The students, under the baton of Sarah Trainor, have been preparing their pieces since the beginning of the year and finally got the opportunity to play in front of
We are delighted to announce that Year 9 Drama student, Gilad G, was nominated and accepted into the Melbourne Theatre Company Betty Amsden Youth Scholarship Course. Gilad spent a day last month at the MTC headquarters meeting with like-minded students from across Victoria who shared their passion for theatre and performance. This is the first time that a Bialik student
On Thursday 17 October, Bialik’s musical ensembles and vocal groups from the Middle and Senior Schools put on an incredible show in this year’s Musica Bialika. Showcasing some of the College’s finest musical talents, the evening was enjoyed by all.
The Media Gala Event and Graduate Art & Design Showcase, which officially opened on Wednesday 16 October, are exhibitions not to be missed. Media photography, film, along with an escape room, and the VCE Studio Arts and Visual Communication Design folio work were included in this showcase, which was of an exceptional standard. The Art & Design exhibition is continuing
On Sunday 15 September the Bialik Vocal Trio made up of Natalie K, Monique Z and Shoshi F performed as part of a combined Jewish Schools choir for the B’nei Brith Showcase. The trio sang Oceans Away by Elton John and also combined with the massed ensemble to sing Shlomo Gronich and the Sheba Choir’s hit Ha’masa L’Yisrael. Kol ha’kavod!
Last week, Paper Planes workshops took place in all Primary Art lessons, as part of Bialik Arts Festival week. These workshops were a great hit with the students, who enjoyed creating and making their individual pieces, which were then assembled into a beautiful and unique art installation displayed in the Primary School corridor. The workshops were led by Artist-in-Resident Chieko
The annual B’nei B’rith Jewish Youth Art Competition announced its winners recently and we are proud to share that six Bialik students won prizes and have their artwork displayed at the exhibition which is at Glen Eira Town Hall. Mazel tov to Anoushka R, Year 7 for sculpture; Emili S, Year 12 for sculpture; Joshua M, Year 12 for oil
Opening with the Year 4 dance show (Tues 30 July), ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, Bialik, once again, celebrated the arts in our annual arts festival. Visiting artist Chieko Hester worked with all Primary students on the Paper Plane project, soon to be revealed as an art installation in the Primary building, while the ELC engaged in Israeli dancing