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CCA Events and Achievements

1. Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021
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Our band participated in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) 2021 Arts Presentation in the Flexible Band and Percussion Ensemble categories. We achieved the highest level of attainment, Certificate of Distinction, in both categories.

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2. Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2019
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In 2019, the band participated in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation at the Singapore Conference Hall on 9th April, only a week after our Limelight concert. We achieved the highest level of attainment – the Certificate of Distinction. This added on to our 15 consecutive distinctions; an achievement sought after by many and achieved through our Patricians’ hard work and passion for music.

3. Limelight 2019
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Limelight is a concert series where some of the best school choirs and bands in Singapore are invited to perform at the Esplanade Concert Hall. The SPS Military band had the privilege of being a part of this concert series and the response to our performance was tremendous, with more than 1,100 people in attendance. We presented a diverse repertoire of different genres of music, consisting of Don't Stop Me Now, a popular pop song by Queen, an instrumental jazz fusion composition, Spain, St. Elmo's Fire and many more. We received glowing feedback from the Esplanade staff and the audience, and we are slated to host a concert in the Esplanade Concert Hall when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Do check us out then! 

4. Junior Band Festival 2019
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The Junior Band Festival is an event held yearly by Brillante music to showcase the musical growth of the Secondary 1 band members in their first year. Students from different schools come together to interact and perform in front of each other. Most of them have never experienced performing in front of a large audience so it can be quite daunting. The festival gives new members an opportunity to perform and experience the atmosphere. This is to prepare them for what will come over the next few years in the band. Last year, the festival was held in the Salvation Army Theatre and we performed three pieces, Band Picnic and Spanish Rose by Joseph Compello, and That’s What I Like, arranged by Michael Story. The Junior Band Festival was a great milestone and a perfect way to kick-start our members’ journey.

CCA Training Schedule

Sec 1: Mondays and Fridays, 2.30 – 6.00pm
Sec 2 – 4: Wednesdays and Fridays, 2.30 – 6.00pm

CCA Teachers-in-Charge

Ms. Belinda Toh 
Ms. Charissa Chia 
Ms. Dorothy Seng 
Ms. Yeo Hui Wen 
Ms. Teng Mui Lim