In a place like Ambrose Treacy College that offers so many outstanding opportunities, students and parents while generally excited by the prospect of becoming a part of the music program often ask a simple, really important question; ‘Why learn a musical instrument?’
The Co-curricular department rounds out the year with more celebrations of musical talent and House spirit from ATC students. The final Music concert and House competition demonstrated the endless energy and enthusiasm of our boys and the wealth of community spirit from our parents both of which that typify the #ambrosetreacylife
We congratulate ATC student, Atticus Solomon who has been selected as a winner of The Premier’s Anzac Prize 2019. Atticus will experience the amazing opportunity of touring London and then the Western Front in April 2019 as part of his prize. Atticus pictured above with Brigidine student, Claudia Maher, who is also a recipient of the prize for 2019 is very humbled to have been chosen and is looking forward to a trip of a lifetime.
Congratulations to all students and staff involved in the Night of Excellence performance of You’re the Voice. Our boys are blessed to have extraordinary music opportunities at Ambrose Treacy College. This is however not the case for all Australians and you may be surprised to learn that 63% of primary schools in Australia offer no classroom music.