Rangi Ruru Music

Celebrating music at Rangi Ruru Girl's School.

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Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 24/05/2024

πŸ₯ 🎧 🎀 Our senior music students and members of rock bands enjoyed having Ara Music Arts come to visit this week! A jazz combo and a pop/rock band performed for the students and shared some information about the Ara Music Arts degree programme.
🎸🎷 The students were inspired by the visit and it encouraged them to think about the next steps that they may be interested in taking in the jazz and pop/rock genres. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Rangi Ruru Girls' School 23/05/2024

⭐ Rising Stars Lunchtime Concert

🎼 Three of our senior chamber music groups will perform as part of the Rising Stars Concert Series at the Great Hall in the Arts Centre on Tuesday May 28th, 1.10 - 1.50pm.

🎹 🎻 πŸ₯ The concert will feature Piano Trio No 2 by Mendelssohn, Piano Trio No 1 by Shostakovich, and New Zealand composer John Psathas' Corybas, performed by our senior percussion ensemble Tokyo Stretto. This concert will be a great opportunity to hear these talented young musicians as they prepare for the NZ Community Trust Chamber Music Contest Christchurch District Rounds June 11 -13. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Rangi Ruru Girls' School Rangi Ruru has a tradition of nurturing young musicians. They will present a programme which will include chamber music and more.

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 16/05/2024

πŸŽ‰ Two of our Stellar Music Scholars, cellists Keina Rollinson (Year 12) and Elise Tian (Year 11), have much to celebrate.

🎻 Elise has been selected as one of six 2024 NZSO Emerging Artists with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and will have the opportunity to perform the first two movements of Elgar's Cello Concerto with the NZSO in October. The standard of applications was extremely high from over 30 of the country's top young musicians. This is a real honour for Elise.

🎻 🎻 Elise and Keina have also been accepted for Mentoring and Intern programmes with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra. Both will receive mentoring from CSO Principal players and will play professionally with the orchestra during the year. Already they have played in one concert each. Again, fantastic opportunities and a real honour for both of these talented young musicians. Well done. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

12/04/2024

πŸŽ‰ 🎼 Congratulations to four of our Stellar Music Scholars who have successfully auditioned for the 2024 NZSO National Youth Orchestra (NYO)

🎻. Chloe Jiang (Year 13), Hayley Jiang (Year 10) - violins
🎻. Elise Tian (Year 11) - cello
πŸ₯πŸŽ» Keina Rollinson (Year 12) - percussion (also reserve cello)

⭐️ This is the third time that Elise has been selected, and the second time for Chloe.

🎼 Places in the National Youth Orchestra (NYO) are hugely competitive and sought after by young musicians aged 25 years and under, with the vast majority being tertiary level students and beyond. The NYO plays a vital role in providing unique opportunities for the country’s most gifted young orchestral performers, many of who go on to forge successful careers as orchestral players, soloists, chamber musicians and teachers.

🎼 The 2024 NYO will rehearse in Wellington between 30 June – 06 July, with concerts in Wellington (05 July) and Palmerston North (06 July) under internationally acclaimed conductor Tianyi Lu. πŸ’™ πŸ’›
https://www.nzso.co.nz/the-nzso/learn-and-engage/young-musicians/nzso-national-youth-orchestra

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 09/04/2024

Trinity College of London Diploma Examination success

🎼 πŸŽ‰ Congratulations to the following students who have sat and attained Trinity College of London diplomas at the end of 2023/early 2024. These examinations are very difficult to pass, and are equivalent of university level qualifications. These are wonderful and well deserved achievements for these young performing artists at Rangi.

🎻 Elise Tian (Year 11) - LTCL with Distinction (cello) - absent in photo
🎹 Season Lin (Year 10) - ATCL (piano)
🎻 Anya Fang (Year 11) - ATCL (violin).

🎹 Anya has also been awarded a Pettman National Junior Scholarship for the Piano Soloist Programme for 2024. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 07/04/2024
04/04/2024

πŸŽ‰ Congratulations to the following students who have successfully auditioned for the 2024 NZ Secondary Schools' Symphony Orchestra (NZSSSO):

🎻 Violin 1 - Chloe Jiang, Hayley Jiang, Jessica Drury (absent in the photo)
Violin 2 - Katherine Wang
Viola - Claire Kim
Cello - Honor Barry, Keina Rollinson (absent in the photo)
πŸ₯ Percussion - Tiantian Chen (Assistant Principal)

🎼 Jessica Drury was also offered the position of sub-principal French Horn, and chose to accept the offer of a first violinist instead.

The NZSSSO offers a valuable opportunity for some of New Zealand’s top secondary school orchestral musicians to represent their school, and receive the experience playing full scale works in a symphony orchestra. It is widely regarded as a significant training ground for young players aspiring to membership of the NZSO National Youth Orchestra and beyond.
These talented Rangi musicians will join around 100 secondary school aged orchestral players from all over New Zealand for a week of rehearsals and performances in Christchurch during the first week of the upcoming April term break https://www.nzssso.com/ πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 22/03/2024

πŸŽ‰ We wish to congratulate current students and Stellar Music Scholars Polly Lee (Year 12, piano) and Elise Tian (Year 11, cello) along with recent 2023 Stellar Music scholars and Rangi leavers Ella Chen (violin) and Juliet Park (viola) on their selection for the prestigious Adam Chamber Music Summer School.

🎹 🎻 An unrivaled opportunity to learn from the very best, the annual Adam Summer School is presented by the New Zealand String Quartet and held in Nelson each February. This school provides the opportunity for up to 30 talented young string players and pianists to commit themselves to eight days of intense chamber music-making under the guidance of the New Zealand String Quartet and highly renowned New Zealand pianist Stephen De Pledge.

🎼 β˜€οΈ In the idyllic setting of Nelson in the summer, students are inspired by an intense period of music making and the opportunity for high level coaching working with the best of their peers from throughout New Zealand. As well as intensive rehearsals there were daily master classes, culminating in performances of major chamber music works after the week of in-depth study. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 08/03/2024

🎻 🎺 πŸ₯ It was wonderful to be able to return to Living Springs for the annual Rangi Sinfonia camp over the weekend of March 1st - 3rd.

🎼 In idyllic surroundings, blessed with beautiful weather, the students collectively worked so hard towards the following goals:
β€’ Development of cohesive rehearsal and ensemble skills, along with personal and musical growth and development
β€’ Foster a sense of belonging across Years 7 - 13 for students and staff
β€’ Opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, become resilient, self manage and work as a member of a team.

All of these were easily met - already noticeable at our first rehearsal on Tuesday after camp there was an increased sense of engagement and commitment to the music and each other.

🎹 We were delighted to welcome on camp one of our Japanese exchange students, Nao Egashira, who fitted in so well, making new friends during the weekend. As well as being a competent flautist, Nao is also a very high level pianist, and we enjoyed an impromptu performance by Nao and two of our other pianists, Anya Fang and Polly Lee, at our rehearsal on Tuesday.

πŸ‘ As always a big thank you to all the students, including Year 13 who so ably organised a movie night, quizzes and other group activities, and staff for all the work behind the scenes.πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 04/03/2024

πŸŽ‰ ⭐️ String Sensation Shoots for the Stars

🎻 When Juliet Park started at Rangi Ruru in 2017 as a Year 7 student, she never imagined that she would leave at the end of 2023 as Dux, winner of four NZQA Scholarships, including an Outstanding Scholarship in Music, and securing a spot through a successful audition to the prestigious Royal College of Music (RCM) in London. Throughout her time at Rangi Ruru, music gradually became a significant part of Juliet’s life, alongside managing a rigorous academic schedule and briefly exploring the sport of cycling.

🎻 A dedicated violist under the tutelage of Stephen Larsen from the University of Auckland and Chiron Music School, Juliet seized every musical opportunity that came her way. She garnered accolades as a member of the NZSO National Youth Orchestra, served as a section leader in the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Symphony Orchestra, performed professionally with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (as well as being a CSO intern), and achieved recognition as a three-time National Finalist in the NZCT Chamber Music Contest.………..For the full story please click on this link https://rangiruru.school.nz/news/string-sensation-shoots-for-the-stars/

02/03/2024

πŸŽ‰πŸŽ€ Congratulations to Year 12 student Millie Liu, who has successfully auditioned for the 2024 Academy Choir. Comprising 80 of NZ Aotearoa's top young secondary school choral musicians, Millie met with the choir over the summer break in Auckland for an intensive period of learnings, rehearsals and performances. Millie is looking forward to meeting with the choir again during the year, including performances at Anzac Day services in Christchurch, and attending the World Choir Games during July in Auckland. Millie is a current member of Resolutions, as well as playing percussion/drums in the Jazz Band, Rangi Sinfonia, senior Percussion Ensemble and the orchestra for our senior production Anything Goes. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 29/02/2024

🎼 πŸŽ‰ We are delighted to share news and offer our congratulations to two of our Year 13 students from 2023 who have been recognised for excellence in their music making.

🎻 Violinist and Stellar Music Scholar Ella Chen is one of 15 applicants selected as a recipient of the 2024 Conservatorium of Music Entrance Grant for study towards a Bachelor of Music in violin performance at the Melbourne Conservatory of Music. Ella, who won an NZQA Scholarship in music, has been a member of the NZSO National Youth and Christchurch Symphony Orchestras, as well as a three times national finalist in the NZCT Chamber Contest, has deferred this offer until 2025. She is currently undertaking her first year of study towards a Bachelor of Science, specialising in Medicinal Chemistry, at the University of Auckland.

🎀 Soprano singer Ameera Woods has been selected for this year's Asia Pacific Youth Choir. She is one of among 30 singers who will head to Daegu, South Korea, in July to rehearse and perform. Ameera, who was a member of Rangi's award winning Resolutions choir, is studying neuroscience and classical performance at the University of Otago under the tutelage of Dr Tessa Romano. A member of the New Zealand Academy Choir, Ameera is looking forward to participating in the World Choir Games in Auckland just before she heads off to Daegu. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

19/02/2024

πŸŽ‰ 🎼 Warmest congratulations to Year 10 Stellar Music Scholar Abby Fleming, who was accepted as a flautist for the 2024 New Zealand Youth Symphonic Winds, a group for young musicians aged 13 - 23 years, with most being Year 13 and tertiary level students. Abby met with the group in Wellington during January for intensive rehearsals over five days followed by two concerts, and will meet with the group again in Nelson during July. One of only three young musicians from Christchurch, Abby really enjoys the music and the challenges that playing at this high level brings. As well as flute, Abby is equally accomplished on the piano, baritone saxophone and trumpet, and fully immerses herself in all that the Rangi Music Department offers. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

15/02/2024

🎻 🎼 Our 2024 Chapel performances started off in a very special way. We were delighted to welcome violinists and sisters Chloe (Year 13), Hayley (Year 10) and Renee (Year 7) Jiang. Stellar Music Scholars and students of Stephen Larsen, from the Chiron Music School and University of Auckland, Chloe, Hayley and Renee enchanted us all with a beautifully polished and musically poised performance of Wichtl's Trio for Three Violins.

πŸ’™πŸ’› The theme of this Chapel service was based around one of the Rangi values Generosity of Spirit - Manaakitanga. Thank you for sharing your time and talents with us all.

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 23/11/2023

🎹 πŸ₯Year 9 Stellar Music Scholar Abby Fleming has just been awarded her ATCL Diploma on the piano. She also won her tenor drum competition at the Hororata Highland Games, and has been awarded a scholarship for the Royal New Zealand Pipe Band Summer School NZPBA held in Christchurch in January 2024. This school attracts pipe band players from all over New Zealand and Australia.
Abby has had an fantastic musical year - she is currently preparing for her Grade 8 flute examination, and took out the best saxophone player award at the Southern Jam Youth Jazz Festival at the start of Term 3. Amazing work, well done!

🎻 🎹 Year 10 Stellar Music Scholar Elise Tian performed her first solo cello recital as part of the Rising Stars concert series in the Great Hall on November 7th. She performed with much acclaim Elgar's demanding and universally loved Cello Concerto, along with three movements from Bach's Cello Suite No 3 in C major, and Popper's Spinning Song - all from memory. Elise has just recorded this programme for her LTCL Cello Diploma, and has recently returned from international cello schools in Austria and Italy. Congratulations Elise on a stunning finish to a big musical year! πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 21/11/2023

πŸ₯ 🎷On Thursday November 9th Rangi Players joined in with The Cathedral Grammar School Orchestra for our annual music exchange. This year held at The Cathedral Grammar School, the young musicians enjoyed a morning of combined rehearsals. This was followed by an early evening concert to parents where each orchestra performed some pieces on their own, concluding with the combined music rehearsed in the morning.

🎹 🎻The opportunity to collaborate to make music together and forge new friendships is an excellent example of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. The music challenged some of the students but having the opportunity to play in a much larger group meant that they felt supported and more comfortable with taking risks with their playing - which certainly paid off. Thank you to Mr Chris Adams, Director of Music at Cathedral Grammar, and music teacher Mrs Nicola Holt for facilitating this important event in our music calendar. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 18/11/2023

🎹 🎻 It was such a privilege to hear our fantastic Year 9 and 10 Music Scholars perform at Wednesdays at One, at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral in Manchester Street on November 8th.

🎼 The standard of performance and level of professionalism was so incredibly high from these talented young musicians. Rangi's music scholars play a pivotal role in the music department, and it was a pleasure to provide this opportunity for them to showcase their talents as soloists to the wider public. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 15/11/2023

πŸŽ‰ 🎼 Huge congratulations to four of our Stellar Music Scholars Ella Chen (violin), Juliet Park (viola), Elise Tian (cello) and Polly Lee (piano), who have successfully auditioned for the prestigious Adam Chamber Music Summer School, held in Nelson during February 10th -18th 2024. Open primarily to tertiary students, the school provides the opportunity for up to 13 talented young string players and three equally talented pianists to commit themselves to eight days of intense chamber music-making under the guidance world class musicians of the New Zealand String Quartet and guest pianist-in-residence, Stephen De Pledge. Following the intense rehearsal period the groups will perform a major chamber music work in a public recital.

🎹 🎻 This is a wonderful opportunity for Ella, Juliet, Elise and Polly, who have worked together over many years, making the national finals of the NZCT Chamber Music Contest for the past three years. This summer school is a wonderful opportunity for them to work together for the final time before going in their separate directions for 2024. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

27/10/2023

🎹 🎻 🎭 Congratulations to the following students who have sat and attained Trinity College of London diplomas during 2023. These examinations are very difficult to pass, and are equivalent of university level qualifications. These are wonderful and well deserved achievements for these young performing artists at Rangi.

β€’ Elise Tian (year 10) - ATCL with Distinction (Cello)
β€’ Ivy Liu (Year 11) - ATCL (piano)
β€’ Anya Fang (Year 10) - ATCL with Distinction (piano)
β€’ Chloe Yu (Year 10) - ATCL (piano)
β€’ Keina Rollinson (Year 11) - ATCL with Distinction (cello)
β€’ Hayley Jiang (Year 9) - ATCL (piano)
β€’ Ameera Woods (Year 13) - ATCL (speech and drama)

πŸ’™ πŸ’›

26/10/2023

πŸ‘ πŸ₯³ Congratulations to the following Year 7 and 8 students who successfully auditioned for representative groups in the Christchurch Schools' Music Festival.

Senior Choir - Eden Peti
Orchestra - Juliet Hsu (violin), Lucy Peoples (Principal flute), Mia Wang (violin)

🎀 🎻This is a fantastic achievement, as places in these groups are highly competitive and sought after. The students have met with their respective groups for intensive rehearsals during Term 3 in preparation for performances in the Christchurch Town Hall next week October 31st - November 3rd. This festival has been an annual event in Christchurch for over 80 years.

🎷 πŸ₯Congratulations also to Abby Fleming and Tiantian Chen, both Year 9. Abby will be playing baritone saxophone as a guest in the Concert Band. Tiantian has been appointed as the assistant percussion tutor for the Orchestra. As a past member of this group, Tiantian will be able to pass on her considerable skill as a percussionist to younger students. Tiantian is a member of Tokyo Stretto, the Rangi percussion group which was a South Island Finalist after winning the Christchurch District Final of the 2023 NZCT Chamber Music Contest. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 24/10/2023

πŸ₯ 🎀 The Jazz Band was delighted to once again have the opportunity to perform at the renowned Christchurch Big Band Festival over Labour Weekend. The festival has grown to be an event going over five days, with jazz bands from all over the South Island taking part.
🎷🎺 Our Jazz Band director Lana Law was heavily involved in the event, as a player in several bands, and directing other school and community bands in addition to the Rangi Jazz Band. A great opportunity for the public to hear some fantastic Big Band Jazz over the weekend.πŸ’™ πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 12/10/2023

🌸 As we head into the final term of 2023, we reflect on our Step Into Spring concert on Thursday September 21st.
🎼 This was the first performing arts event in our beautiful Atawhai venue, where it was great to to give larger groups the opportunity to play onsite - the first time in nearly 20 years!
🎻 A large audience enjoyed a diverse range of performances and genres from Rangi Sinfonia, Jazz Band, combined Percussion Ensemble, Year 11 Music class band, and rock band YNM and Guests.
πŸ₯ The logistics of setting up the venue with all the gear, lighting and sound were challenging at times, but all worth it to celebrate and highlight the considerable musical talents and achievements of our instrumental musicians.
πŸ‘ A big thank you to all of the staff who worked so hard behind the scenes to make this event such a success. πŸ’™πŸ’›
https://rangirurugirlsschool.pixieset.com/stepintospring2023/

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 26/09/2023

🎀 Choirs from Rangi Ruru Girls' School, Christ's College, St Andrew's College, St Margaret's College, The Cathedral Grammar School and Medbury School combined for the annual Encore Choral Festival, held at Christ's College on Wednesday September 13th.

🎼 πŸŽ‰ This event is a celebration choral singing. During the morning the choirs collaborated together through workshops and rehearsals. The evening showcase concert featured each choir singing a bracket of songs on their own, and then culminated in three massed choir songs. The students really enjoyed the opportunity to sing in a much larger choir than they would have in their own school, and performing to a warm and appreciative audience in the evening concert. Our grateful thanks to the choral directors and accompanists who contributed towards the success of the day.

20/09/2023

It was a privilege for Resolutions to be asked to perform at the NZ National Council of Women Suffrage Day Celebration at the Kate Sheppard Memorial on Tuesday September 19th. On a beautiful warm spring day we were able to hear from a number of speakers and dignitaries who spoke about the brave, tireless and ground breaking work that Kate Sheppard did to give women the right to vote in New Zealand 130 years ago, inspiring suffrage movements all over the world.

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 13/09/2023

πŸ₯πŸŽ‰ Congratulations to our combined percussion ensemble along with Tokyo Stretto for their fantastic performances at the New Zealand Day of Percussion over the weekend. There were percussionists from all over New Zealand at this event, including from the NZSO and professional percussion ensembles such as Strike and Double Shot.
πŸͺ˜All present were incredibly impressed by the Rangi performances. One of the Strike percussionists was talking about how inconceivable it was for a school group to do anything even approaching these levels of performances back when he was at school. Everyone had a great time performing and enjoyed seeing the range of other percussion groups performing. Huge thanks to Mr Thin for his amazing energy, massive logistical organisation and passion for all things percussion! πŸ₯πŸ’™πŸ’› Photo credit Josh Meads

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 06/09/2023

πŸŽ‰ 🎼 Rangi Sinfonia Awarded Gold, and the Strings Prize at the Aurora Festival

🎼The Rangi Sinfonia participated in the Aurora Festival last week - a relatively new event in Christchurch for orchestras and concert bands that was held over two full days.

πŸ₯Sinfonia prepared a 20 minute programme performed to an audience from other participating groups and in front of a member of the adjudication panel. Following the performance was a one hour workshop with the adjudicator - a fantastic learning experience where students were challenged to consider higher levels of technical and musical interpretation in the music just performed. Rangi Sinfonia also had an opportunity to hear other groups in the festival performing.

🎺This was an empowering experience Sinfonia students, who impressed with their professionalism and ability to take risks with their learning in a very short space of time in front of a conductor they did not know well.

🎻🌟We were delighted to be recognised for this exceptional work with both a Gold Award, and the String Prize for the best string section in the Festival. πŸŒŸπŸ’™πŸ’›

Photos from Rangi Ruru Music's post 28/08/2023

πŸŽ‰ 🌟 Warmest congratulations to Resolutions, accompanist Polly Lee, and director Helen Charlton, on being awarded Silver at the NZCF Big Sing National Finale, held in Auckland over the weekend.
🎼 The National Finale is a fantastically energising festival showcasing 24 of the top secondary school choirs from throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, and it was an honour for Resolutions to be selected for this prestigious event. Over three days the choirs performed two recitals each along with witnessing some incredibly powerful and polished performances of a diverse range of genre and repertoire from all the choirs in attendance.
🎀 Resolutions worked extremely hard over many months to prepare for Finale. The students developed their technical and musical skills to a new level, learnt how to work together as a team, and supported each other on their own personal and collective journeys. We are very proud of you all, fantastic work and well done. πŸ’™πŸ’›

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