Bunbury Catholic College performing arts students have excelled at this year’s Eisteddfod, picking up multiple awards for both solo and ensemble performances.
BCC’s Concert Choir, Girls’ Choir, Marist Guitar Ensemble, BCC Percussion Ensemble and the Jazz Guitar Ensemble were all awarded first place in their respective sections.
Individual BCC students were also recognised with a host of Awards at the Gala Eisteddfod Night last Saturday.
Claire Robinson (Yr 12) was recognised with four solo awards; the WACE Music Award, Bunbury Catholic Diocesan Sacred Solo Award, Senior Vocal Aggregate (Dual winner) and the Most Promising Voice in the SW (Dual winner). Claire is also a proud member of the winning Girls’ Choir and Concert Choir.
Other individual winners were Joshua Jacob; Best Drama Performance, Sophie Donovan; Lorraine Bryce Memorial Senior Dance Aggregate Trophy Senior Dance Aggregate Award and Most Promising Senior Dancer, Lily Birch; Intermediate Dance Aggregate Trophy and Intermediate Dance Aggregate Award, Veronica Congdon; Most Outstanding Percussionist, Eloise Brown; Most Outstanding Graded Piano Solo Performance, Emmaline Barbetti; Intermediate Digital Piano/Contemporary Keyboard Aggregate, BCC Jazz Guitar Ensemble; Most Outstanding Jazz/Blues Band, Tim Robinson; Intermediate Vocal Aggregate and Mr Sam Caddy; Best Accompanist.
Huge congratulations to all.