Sep
18
to Jun 4

Art Club-MRMS

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The art club allows students the opportunity to create artwork beyond the regular art curriculum. Because of the club setting, student work can be more personal and individualized than work done in art class. The club also provides an outlet for students who want to create art throughout the school year. The setting will be informal and students do not need to attend every meeting date in order to join. 

Mrs. Concannon - s.concannon@hwschools.net

Art meets on various days, so please follow the link to the 2017-2018 schedule: 

http://www.hwschools.net/uploaded/Miles_River_MS/Documents_PDF's/17-18/Art_Club_dates.pdf

 

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Sep
21
to Jun 7

Guitar & Ukulele Club-MRMS

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If you play guitar or another string instrument and would like to have fun playing music with other people come join the Miles River Guitar Fun! Club which meets every Thursday in Room 201. All grades and students of all levels are welcome to join! If you don't have a guitar or want to leave yours at home there are 25 acoustic guitars at school. Please contact Ms. Linkin with any questions. 

Ms. Linkin - w.linkin@hwschools.net

 

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Sep
26
to Jun 7

Elementary Music Program

The Elementary Music Program is offered to 4th and 5th grade students either before or after school.  We have had great success with this program, offering group lessons in a variety of instruments, and an elementary ensemble for students with previous musical instruction, and an elementary chorus.  

For more information, follow the link below:

Elementary Music Program Details

 

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Jan
31
7:00 PM19:00

in C Concert

Members of the Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School band again performed Terry Riley's 1964 minimalistic masterpiece "In C" in the Ferrini Dramatics Center.  
With fifty-three melodic fragments played in sequence with the durations of each fragment performed at the discretion of the individual performers. All fragments work together, hence the title "In C". 

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Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

PRISM Concert

Much like a prism breaks light into its component parts, the PRISM Concert breaks our instrumental music department into its varied components. The concept for PRISM was started in 1975 at the Eastman School of Music as a way to showcase the talents of the individual rather than the entire group. It also addressed the three issues usually associated with public concerts. 
Concerts generally don’t show the individual’s talents. Concerts can be too long. The audience can be unintentionally rude by clapping in the wrong place.
PRISM deals with all three by having mostly individuals or small groups perform; By keeping the entire concert held to no longer than 60 minutes; And by asking the audience to hold all applause until the very end. 

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Nov
3
to Nov 4

HWRHS "Legally Blonde the Musical"

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Performances are at 7PM on Friday, November 3rd as well as 2PM and 7PM on Saturday, November 4th at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School, 775 Bay Road, S. Hamilton, MA 01982. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for students and seniors. They can be purchased at the door or ahead of time online through Brown Paper Tickets.

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Apr
26
8:00 PM20:00

Prism Concert

On Wednesday, April 26th, 2016, the twelfth annual Prism concert will take place at the Ferrini Dramatics Center located in the high school.  The concert will start promptly at 8:00 and should last around an hour. 

Much like a prism breaks light into its component parts, tonight’s Prism concert breaks our instrumental music department into its varied components.  The concept for Prism was started in 1975 at the Eastman School of Music as a way to showcase the talents of the individual rather than the entire group.  It was also addressed the three issues usually associated with public concerts.  To whit:

Concerts generally don’t show the individual’s talents.

Concerts can be too long.

The audience can be unintentionally rude by clapping in the wrong place.

Prism deals with all three by having mostly individuals or small groups perform; By keeping the entire concert held to no longer than 60 minutes; And by asking the audience to hold all applause until the very end.

You are cordially invited to attend.  You will see the individual members of the high school performing arts community in a wonderfully intimate and enlightening setting.

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