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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Wednesday 22nd April
BSO BrassYoung brass players from The Roseland Community College, Penair, Richard Lander and partner primary schools enjoyed an inspirational brass concert & masterclass with the Brass Quintet from The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday 22nd April, hosted by The Roseland Community College. Brass players of all ages came together to hear a short concert and demonstration by the quintet, who also spoke about their chosen career and working life as a professional musician.  Students then got the chance to play alongside the quintet as they collaborated on two ensemble pieces, which they performed to a Year 7 music class at the end of the morning. Years 5 & 6 from Tregony primary also attended the morning concert.
 
Roseland Students Star in Carrick Dance and Roseland Dance Platform Event
Carrick DanceRoseland students once again gave some fantastic performances at the Hall for Cornwall and Penryn College in Carrick Dance 2015. Our junior dancers performed "Speakeasy", choreographed by Year 11 students Brooke Walker & Yana Williams, in a jazz and jive style, while the older dancers performed "City Life" which was choreographed by Year 11 students Layla Barnett-Scalcione, Issy Parker & Jordan Brooks, in a jazz dance style. Roseland Dance Instructor Suzie West also co-ordinated a primary dance performance involving most of our partner primary schools. Following on from last term's success, on the evening of Tuesday 21stApril the college hosted yet another fantastic celebration of dance projects at The Roseland, featuring All Boys Dance, our Irish Dancing Club, Carrick Dance, a Year 9 project and GCSE Dance students. This diverse and energetic show was held to congratulate all our talented young dancers for the hard work and commitment they have demonstrated so far this year, and was also a huge success. Congratulations go to everyone involved! Student reactions included the following:

KS4 student & choreographer Jordan Brooks said,

  • "Helping to choreograph the KS4 dance was a really good experience and will help me in the future"

KS3 student Casey Bennett said,

  • "I really enjoyed performing on the big stage at Hall for Cornwall, even though I had stage fright!"
 
Oscar - man of the match
After a fine all round performance in the first round against Pool school where Burr won man of the match, the Year 9 cricket team won a thriller at Tregony Cricket Club against Penair school.

Penair batted first and managed a very respectable score of 100 off their 18 overs. Townsend and Bray were the pick of the bowlers with 2 wickets off 4 overs for 13 runs and 2 wickets off 4 overs for 11 runs respectively.  After losing the early wickets off Bray and Flack, Townsend and Thomas-Donald steadied the ship and produced a very mature 50 partnership.

Thomas-Donald finished the innings on 35 not out including 6 boundaries! The game went into the final over where Burr calmly knocked of the 2 runs needed for victory.

Man of the match was awarded to Thomas-Donald for his free-scoring batting display.

 
Roseland Students Shine in International Male Voice Choral Festival 2015!
Year 9 students James Sharman and Richard Faull performed in a prestigious choral event at the Hall for Cornwall over the first May Bank Holiday weekend as part of the International Male Voice Choral Festival. Cambiata Cornwall is a choir for boys aged 13 to 25 years which aims to unlock the potential of emerging voices at this point in their lives, directed by leading singing expert Angel Renshaw. As part of a wider programme of festival events, the concert celebrated male voice choirs from around the globe, featuring choirs of all ages and a wide range of musical genres. Cambiata Cornwall gave a stunning performance, singing two contrasting songs; "MLK" by U2 and the gospel song "Gwahoddiad". We look forward to the next performance by Cambiata Cornwall, who will no doubt have further concert dates later this year!

James Sharman said, "This was my first performance with choir and I really enjoyed it - I was quite nervous but now I can't wait for the next performance!"

Richard Faull said, "I really enjoyed hearing the other choirs too, especially the Cousin Jacks!"

 
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