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Co-curricular Music

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The Instrumental Music Program at Indooroopilly State High School continues to grow and thrive. By playing a musical instrument or joining Indro Voices, students gain opportunities to extend their musicality and meet other students.

Indooroopilly State High School offers a variety of musical ensembles ranging from Mezzo Strings and Concert Band, designed for Junior Secondary school musicians, through to our Symphony Orchestra.

The Symphony Orchestra enables our more experienced and skilled musicians playing Brass, Woodwind, Strings and Percussion to play a challenging and exciting repertoire together.

Indro Voices is the school’s choral program and is open to students in all year levels.

Fanfare is a statewide instrumental music competition that is held biennially, and we enter our instrumental music ensembles.

The Co-curricular Music Team looks forward to your support in making great music with your student.

Ensembles

  • Concert Band (Woodwind/Brass/Percussion)

  • Jazz Band (Saxophone/Trumpet/Trombone/Rhythm section)

  • Percussion Ensemble (Tuned and Untuned Percussion)

  • String Orchestra (Violin/Viola/Cello/Double Bass)

  • Chamber Strings (Violin/Viola/Cello/Double Bass)  Auditioned

  • Symphonic Winds (Woodwind/Brass/Percussion)  Auditioned

  • Symphony Orchestra (Strings, Brass, Woodwind, Percussion) Auditioned

For more information download the 2021 Co-curricular Music Handbook (PDF, 388KB).

Download the Co-Curricular registration form here Co-Curricular Music Registration Form (PDF, 185KB)

Download the Co-Curricular cancellation form here Co-Curricular Music Cancellation Form (PDF, 374),


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Last reviewed 25 March 2021
Last updated 25 March 2021