Fabulous Fab and Brass Bedlam Incursion

Written by Mr. Simon Landid 
Instructional Leader Performing Arts


This morning Nazareth College Year 7s started their school day with a rather out of ordinary activity – an incursion from Brass Bedlam. 
It was such a joyous event and experience to witness these young Nazarenes indulge in this musical and historic activity.  Students had the opportunity to engage in numerous interactive experiences including acting and storytelling.  
At Nazareth College, we commit ourselves to providing students with a learning experience that enhances their personality as well as their ability to become a known and effective member of the wider Nazareth community. The Fabulous Fab forms one of these countless opportunities the College provides for students interact with.
The incursion is an opportunity to encourage Year 7s to sign for 4 FREE trial instrumental lessons in nominated Orchestral instrument including Brass. 
Interested Year 7 students sign up via LEARN AN INSTRUMENT VOUCHER available from Performing Arts Office or by email: music@nazareth.vic.edu.au  
During week 4 of Term 1, the Performing Arts Department will also put on lunchtime concerts.  
These are students driven shows, where every talent across the performing arts is provided exposure platform and engagement opportunity with wider community.
I ease this chance to convey my sincere thanks to Ms Roberts – Transition Coordinator, 
Ms Derevyanko – Instrumental Music Coordinator and all the Year 7 teachers who have prepared and made this incursion and many others a success.  

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