Pupils to benefit from DHS creative arts holiday programme

DHS pupil, Levi Pillay plays the trumpet.

Durban High School will host a creative arts holiday programme to help keep pupils busy this holiday season. The programme is for pupils between the ages of eight and 15. It will take place at the school’s Chris Seabrooke Music Centre from Monday, July 10 to Friday, July 14

This exciting new addition to the holidays will comprise of music classes by industry professionals from the likes of Natalie Rungan, Bruce Baker and Phumlani Mtiti who will teach children to play a variety of instruments, as well as develop and enhance vocal abilities.

Children will also play fun musical games and make new friends. For those who can already play a musical instrument, they are encouraged to bring it along to have a ‘jam session’ with other aspiring musicians.

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For added entertainment, children can participate in cupcake decorating, card making and other fun activities. Throughout the duration of the programme, pupils also stand a chance to win prizes through Marshall Music in Umhlanga.  

Director of the music centre, Natalie Rungan said, “The programme is designed to give pupils a musical experience and opportunity in a supportive, fun environment, guided by CSMC premier musicians and teachers.” For more information regarding the programme, email musicadmin@durbanhighschool.co.za

 

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Zola Phoswa
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