The Star : Sunday, 28 July 2019
MUSIC filled the air during Sri Kuala Lumpur International School’s annual charity music showcase.
The showcase entitled, “Rhythms of Hope”, was part of its annual charity fundraising event organised by Sri Kuala Lumpur International School.
The proceeds were then presented to three organisations. These are Persatuan Perkembangan Insan Istimewa, Seremban; Gibran Visual Art Therapy Institute and Beautiful Gate, Puchong.
Sri Kuala Lumpur CEO Hanif Othman Merican said the theme symbolises the pulse of life, the affirmation of spirit and the urge to uplift the soul.
The showcase also serves as a platform for the young musicians from the school to show their musical prowess. The students had been practising tirelessly for the music showcase.
An array of music and songs from the classics to Japanese and local folk, jazz and soundtracks such as The Pirates of the Caribbean and The Phantom Opera were played during the showcase.
The showcase included a piano solo, duet performance, recorder ensemble, string ensemble, gamelan ensemble, percussion ensemble, brass band ensemble, wind band ensemble, choir as well as performance from an orchestra.
The school’s Music Department headed by Anna Lee and her team of committed instructors, teachers and the entire crew worked hard to put the music showcase together.More than 500 people attended the showcase.