Saturday, February 15, 2014

Our 1st Annual Oscar Party in partnership with the Warwick Theater!

Hollywood is coming to Marblehead with proceeds to benefit programs and scholarships for Marblehead High School Performing Arts students.

Get tickets here

Join us on March 2nd 6-10pm for a special night that features…
  • The Oscars broadcast live in two theaters - one quiet theater and one for chatter, hoopla and Oscar Bingo
  • Photographs on the Red Carpet
  • Delicious food and desserts from Palmers and unlimited popcorn.
  • Cash bar
  • Incredible goodie baskets raffled off from Chet's Video, Magic Hat, Ooh La La, Essex Limo and more.
  • Creative black tie and celebrity dishing 

Marblehead Hosting Dramafest at MVMS on March 1st

Marblehead is once again proud to host the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Preliminary Round.

Please come out and support the hard-working students who will come together to compete!  Marblehead will be performing Marat/Sade. Details here...

Click on this link to download and print a copy of the poster for your refrigerator, church bulletin board or place of business.  It's going to be a great show.

Student excellence in acting and technical design is recognized at each level of the competition, including the selection of an All-Star Company at the finals. Two schools chosen at the State Festival represent Massachusetts in the New England Drama Festival, the regional showcase of secondary school theatre.

Jazz Band at Berklee High School Jazz Festival

Congratulations to Scott Winship and the Jazz Band! They finished a respectable ninth out of sixteen bands in their division in the Berklee High School Jazz Festival on February 8th!

Berklee College of Music hosts its High School Jazz Festival at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Berklee’s annual event is the largest of its kind in the United States, free, and open the public.

Big bands, combos, and vocal jazz ensembles perform and compete throughout the day. All ensembles are adjudicated by a panel of Berklee’s top faculty and will receive a written critique of their performance. Top-ranked ensembles will be awarded partial scholarships to Berklee’s Five Week Summer Performance Program, and individual students are invited to audition for tuition scholarships towards the full-time program or our Five Week Summer Performance Program.

The day’s events will also include performances by Berklee faculty, tours of Berklee’s campus, open jam sessions, and much more.

Ensembles can perform in competing categories determined by school size, or choose to participate in a non-competing category. All participating ensembles are adjudicated by a panel of Berklee’s top faculty and receive a written critique of their performance.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Marblehead Rocks NE Voices

Marblehead a Cappella groups absolutely rocked the house at N.E. Voices on February 1st, winning every special award, from best rap (Serendipity's Libby Jancsey) to best student arrangement (The Jewel Tones Addy Sleeman) to best solos (Grizzly Freakin' Man Singers Jack Krivit), and more. Luminescence was a winner of the competition and appeared in the showcase on February 2nd. 

Congratulations to all of the amazingly talented students in the MHS aca groups and special thank you to Amanda Roeder and the NE Voices team.

Thanks to Chris VanRemoortel for recording the event!