Arts students can be involved in music, dance and drama ensembles, musicals, festivals and tours, camps and regular exhibitions.
We offer a full range of electives in music, dance, drama and visual arts; International Baccalaureate options in all of these subjects; and a range of opportunities for musical instrument instruction through the school’s Conservatorium of Music.
Conservatorium of Music
Highly qualified professional peripatetic staff tutoring in a wide range of wind, keyboard, brass, percussion, string (orchestral and guitar), world cultural instruments, voice, composition, music theory and speech and drama.
Workshops, lectures, exhibitions, master classes and performances are led by world recognised practitioners including Gary Daley, Steve Clisby, Tunji Beir Matthias Loibner, Gil Sullivan, Nicholas Routley, Racheal Cogan, Tony Lewis, Venita Salnajs, Sirocco, David Hudson, Phil Geia, Linsey Pollack, Luke Webb, Jenny Hammond, and Jason Hill. The artist concert and exhibition series are concerts and exhibitions featuring professional artists who are connected directly with the St Paul’s community. Money raised through the series is donated to The Democratic Republic of Congo as part of St Paul’s service works.
There is a wide range of dance, drama and music ensembles which explore the Arts in a variety of contexts.
There are musicals, festivals, Easter and Christmas services, chapel services, tours, exhibitions, recitals and camps.