As I was frantically finishing all my assignments I didn’t really find the time to post regular news.Over the weekends, I was mostly hiding in an office, where I could read and write efficiently without asking everybody to stay quiet and still for hours and hours. All my assessments are now submitted and I am waiting for my marks. My next 6-week practical experience will start in a few days and I am really looking forward to apply my newly learnt theory and be in a classroom (even if at the same time this is a little terrifying too).
As spring settles, life on the Brisbane River is offering great views and amazing opportunities for us to be proud of our young crew in many different ways.
Felix participated in a State music competition with his school clarinet ensemble. They proudly finished 2nd. He was also rewarded as the most valuable player in his chess team. Humble, he would add that it was only team F. He has now a new goal for next chess season!
Clea was selected amongst hundreds of young musicians from Brisbane to take part in a 3-day music camp. That gave her a great boost for her flute practice.
Few weeks ago, Victor blew his 16 candles in one go. He has grown even taller and is touching the ceiling in some spots!
End of August Greg had the pleasure of spending some quality time with his brothers who came to Brisbane for 10 days.
Malcolm was competing at the Worlds Iron Man and Peter didn’t need another excuse to book his flight to join him. Malcolm had some supporters to cheer him up along the way but the three brothers could spend precious time chatting and being together.
Well done Malcolm for your amazing effort and finishing just after 5h.
Thanks Malcolm and Peter for visiting us!