Fine Arts News

List of 5 news stories.

  • St. John’s Singers Spring Show

    May 16 at 1:30 p.m. and May 18 at 7:00 p.m.
    Lowe Theatre

    Join the St. John’s Singers (Classes 4 & 5 choir) for their annual Spring Show. As the cast of comic strip writers prepare for their weekly print deadline, they are visited by some of their favorite characters that provide comic relief. You won’t want to miss the premiere of this new show Funny Papers. Tickets will be available beginning Wednesday, May 8 by accessing the Event Tickets link under the Fine Arts tab on the St. John’s website or by clicking here. Seating is general admission, and tickets are $13 for the Saturday evening performance.
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  • Upper School Dance Placement

    Sunday, May 5, 1:30-3:15 p.m.
    Monday, May 6, 3:45-5:30 p.m.
    Terpsichore Audition, Sunday, May 5, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
    VST Room 204

    A dance placement class is required for all students wishing to participate in Upper School Dance. New dance students and current Fundamentals of Dance, Caprice I, and Caprice II ensemble members must attend one of the two placement classes offered. The class assures that students are placed in the appropriate ensemble level for the 2019-2020 school year.

    The Terpsichore audition is open to current Caprice II ensemble members and mandatory for current Caprice III and Terpsichore members. Any student not currently enrolled in Caprice III or Terpsichore must seek prior approval in order to attend the audition. Additionally, the student must attend both a regular dance placement class and the Terpsichore audition.
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  • Spring Piano Recitals

    Students of All Levels:
    Saturday, May 11, 10:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. & 3:30 p.m.
    Lowe Theatre
    Students in Beginner Class:
    Wednesday, May 15, 3:30 p.m.
    Fine Arts Annex

    The Spring Piano Recitals will showcase students from the SJS piano program, each of whom has prepared one or two solo pieces. Each recital on May 11 will be about one hour in length and will feature a variety of music from different periods performed by beginner through advanced-level students. The audience will be treated to compositions by some of the greats — Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin to name just a few — as well as many standards from piano literature.

    In addition, students in the Beginner Class will have their first piano recital on May 15. All are welcome to attend the recitals to support the hard-working students. If you wish to hear a specific student’s performance, please email Rachel Yarborough at for a full recital schedule.
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  • Middle School Dance Concert: Peace, Love, Dance

    The Middle School dance ensembles, Impulse 7 and Impulse 8, take the stage on April 30 to perform their annual dance concert. This year’s show encourages the audience to leave the outside stresses of the world behind and focus on what truly matters … Peace, Love, Dance. From John Lennon to Michael Jackson, Middle School dance faculty Dorrell Martin, Brooke Wilson, and Heidi Arouty have been working hard to choreograph dances that are a reflection of harmony and unity as well as light-hearted and fun.

    Come feel the peace and love of our talented Middle School dancers. Admission is free.
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  • Upper School Dance Concert: Flashbacks and Favorites

    The SJS Dance Department proudly presents Flashbacks and Favorites on Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, in the Lowe Theatre. This year’s concert rewinds the clock and takes a look back at some of our all-time favorite dance performances from years past.

    Our talented ensembles, Caprice I, Caprice II, Caprice III, and Terpsichore, take a trip down memory lane with favorites such as Eyes, Putting on Heirs, and the energetic crowd favorite Hadippa. Joining the fun, guest choreographers Elijah Gibson, T’noya Gonzales, Jennifer Mabus, and Terrell Mitchell dig into their extensive choreography vaults to recreate their most memorable dance performances.

    Be our guest as we celebrate pieces of the past with our incredible dancers of the present. Admission is free.
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