This past Wednesday, just over 40 Senior Orchestra musicians boarded a bus to head to MusicFest Nationals in Ottawa, ready to compete in the national music … Continue reading WCI Wins Gold at MusicFest
The brash sounds of the band danced with the mellifluous harmonies of the orchestra as the WCI Senior Symphony played with Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute’s symphony on April 20. Together they performed “The Raiders’ March” from Indiana Jones and the … Continue reading WCI Plays at Cameron Concert
At live performance events like this, one can see, hear, and feel the nervousness and the strength of the emotions that a performer experiences. Many of the acts last Thursday were far from perfect, but a lack of perfection is part of the beauty of coffeehouse. Continue reading Spring Coffeehouse: Calm Before the Storm
MULTI 2016: Evolve was more about acceptance than culture. Continue reading Multi 2016: Did It Evolve?
The open mic is an invitation for any students with an affinity for the performance arts to share their craft with a fresh audience. Continue reading Holiday Coffee House A Hit
The ensembles and orchestras that make up the WCI music department will be in full force this Thursday, December 10th, performing two mid-day concerts as well as the traditional evening feature at 7pm. Continue reading Winter Music Night Includes Mid-Day Concerts This Year
For this artist spotlight, FJORD is featuring an actor, Brandon K., a grade 12 student at WCI. In the past twelve months, Brandon has auditioned for four different plays and gotten a leading role in all of them. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Brandon K.
What’s important to remember is that Concept is more than just a play. While the drama is important, a significant part of the runtime is devoted to dance and live music. These performances did not disappoint, lending a fantastic amount of energy to the show. Continue reading Concept 2015: Good Fun, Great Music
“It’s the serving of the client that actually comes many times before us making a sale. It’s important. We feel that we have this responsibility to educate and serve the population.” Continue reading Local Conversations: Bob Egan of Bob’s Guitar Service
With Concept 2015 right around the corner, and ticket sales already under way, we took a look at the Drama section of the production–specifically, the five main characters acting in this year’s espionage-themed Concept show. Continue reading Concept 2015: Revealing the Spies
Jasmine A loves art because it’s an escape. She described her love for art by saying, “I like art because there are no rules. I’m free to do whatever I want.” Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jasmin A.
Julian has been interested in, and experimenting with, art since he was a child, and it is something that has always come naturally to him. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Julian M.
Society may push students towards STEM because people believe the arts are irrelevant, but there will forever be a demand for artists: we will always need books to fill our libraries, paintings to fill our museums, music to fill our ears. Continue reading From STEM to STEAM: The Value of an Arts Degree
“I realised it was less of a homework assignment and more of a personal challenge,” Julien S explained. “It’s mostly for the experience of writing in a group setting. NaNoWriMo isn’t that unique of a challenge, but it provides a feeling of community.” Continue reading NaNoWriMo: A Novel in a Month