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Notice: End of Semester Dance Events

Dear Parents and Guardians, Here is a list of upcoming DANCE events:
Bang Bang Dress Rehearsal and Elementary Dance Show What: This is our semester end dance show dress rehearsal and then we invite the surrounding elementary schools to come and watch us perform. When: Monday, December 15, 2014 - 12:00 – 2:39pm Where: Frank Hurt Theatre To do: Have your teacher’s sign the permission form and return it to Ms. J. The deadline for permission forms is December 12, 2014. AND – make sure all of your missed classes are made up by January 15th at noon.
Bang Bang Dance Show What: This is our semester end show. All dance classes and teams will be performing. When: Thursday, December 18, 2014 – 5:45 – 8:00 – students arrive at 5:45, doors open at 6:15, and show starts at 6:30pm. Where: Frank Hurt Theatre Tickets: $5 from Ms. J in the dance office or at the door. Fund raisers: $5 bouquets of flowers and 50/50 draw
Surrey Secondary Dance Festival at the Bell Centre What: Performances by all Surrey seco…

Photos and YouTube from November 6 Field Trip to Harbour and Ballet BC

This was an amazing field trip!! Thank-you for participating and learning more about our local dance world outside of Frank Hurt. 

 My sushi crew! 

 Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Ballet BC No. 29


Harbour Dance Centre: Stu's Hip Hop with Queen Elizabeth Secondary

Assignment: Warm-ups and How to Use Audacity

Grade 8 Warm-Up Grade 9 Warm-UpGrade 10 Warm-UpGrade 11/12 Warm-UpAudacity

You can download Audacity at home by going to: audacity.sourceforge.net/download (or just Google Audacity!)

1. First you need to have music to edit. Your music needs to be in MP3 format. You can e-mail yourself the music, bring a CD, or your MP3 player with the USB cords.

2. If your music is in WAV format (you can hear play it on a normal CD player) then you have to convert it to an MP3. You can do this using Windows media player. Open the file in Media Player. Go to Options and change the format to MP3. Then RIP it. Remember to name and save the file somewhere you can easily find it again!

3. Open Audacity

4. Project: Import Audio – browse to find your song. You can only import one song at a time. (You can also drag and drop)

5. Edit your song. Highlight areas to add effects or listen to that one area. You should always listen to the area before you cut it so that you know that you have the correct selection. …

November 25: Throw Down Vol. 1