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LHC Impresses at QCMF - 30 August 2016

Lourdes Hill College had a very successful four days at QCMF (Queensland Catholic Schools’ and Colleges’ Music Festival), which was held from 11-14 August and hosted by Villanova College. The students were beautifully presented, showing great discipline in their ensemble.


The results below speak for themselves. All ensembles achieved at a very high standard. On top of these wonderful results, excellence awards were presented to Lauren McHugh (Drums) and Georgia Press (Drums) in Percussion Ensemble 1.

 

Full results:

 

THURSDAY
Guitar Ensemble – Gold
Concert Choir – Gold

FRIDAY
Flute Choir – Gold
String Ensemble – Gold
 
SATURDAY
Flute Ensemble – Gold
Percussion Ensemble 2 – Silver
Chamber Singes – Gold
Clarinet Ensemble – Gold
Percussion Ensemble 1 – Gold
Poco Voce (Junior Choir) – Silver

 

SUNDAY
Concert Band 2 – Silver
Concert Band 1 – Gold
  
Villanova College Chaplain, Fr Peter Wieneke, at the QCMF Mass on Sunday, commented that music is a way of uniting people and challenged the students to keep spreading their musical stories and energy, through their respected ensembles, to bring about more peace and love in the world. A special mention must go to Kaitlin Rainbow and Grace Cornell who represented LHC beautifully at the Mass.
 
Congratulations to all our musicians on a very successful festival. Thank you to Ros Brown for all of the behind-the-scenes work as well as the leadership team, Rachel O’Brien and all the LHC supporters who added to the wonderful atmosphere throughout the festival.

 

Alyce O’Neill
Director of Culture

 


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