The Cannon Hill Anglican College Performance Music Program is recognised in the educational and broader musical communities as providing a high quality, diverse and rich program in an environment encouraging student enjoyment and excellence.
Performance Music Information Evening
On Thursday, 27 January 2022, the College will hold a Music Information Evening for families, which presents information about the Performance Music Program, including private lessons, ensembles and the program in general, and will also allow parents to meet the Performance Music Faculty staff. The evening will commence at 6.30pm in the College Lecture Theatre.
Hiring Musical Instruments
The College has a limited number of instruments available for hire. Instruments for hire include the larger and more expensive instruments – bass clarinets, baritone saxophones, tenor saxophones, tuba, french horns, etc. Please email or call (07) 3896 0419 for further information.
There are many performance opportunities for ensembles and choirs throughout the year. Our most notable concerts celebrating student achievement and community are:
- Semester One - Gala Concerts
Held over two evenings divided between beginner/intermediate and senior ensembles.
- Semester Two - Spring Sonata Concerts
Three concerts divided by style - Jazz/Contemporary, String/Choral and Classical.
- Soloists Recitals
Opportunity for students who are enrolled in Private Music lessons to perform to their families and peers.
- CHAC Eisteddfod
Opportunity for students who are enrolled in Private Music lessons to perform to their families, peers and external adjudicators, with certificates and medals awarded.
- Staff Recital
Our Performance Music staff showcase their talents at an evening performance for students and families of the wider College community.
- Individual Music Exams
Individual examinations including AMEB, Trinity and ANZCA.
- Community Events
Performances at community events, festivals and competitions.
- Anglican Schools Music Festival
A biennial concert held at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)
- State Honours Ensemble Program
This well-respected program brings together the finest young musicians, under the tutelage of a team of eminent international and national conductors, in a world-class environment. Students are nominated to participate by the Director of Performance Music in consultation with Specialist Music Tutors.
Performance Music students are provided the opportunity to embark on a Music Tour every two years. Our most recent tour group visited New Zealand, and performed at a range of exciting venues.
Administrative Assistant - Mr Macklin, Director - Mr Govier and Ghostgum Audio Manager - Mr Quinn