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Talent Fiesta



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Temasek Primary's annual Talent Fiesta took place on Term 1 Week 9. Talent Fiesta is instrumental in honing the skill and stage presence of our budding and mature performers. It was very well received with more than 200 performers during the various recesses.   

The pupils performed their favourite pop songs, played on instruments like the piano and violin, and choreographed their own dance items. Many hidden talents were identified in the areas of the performing arts. 

The well-received acts will be given opportunities to perform on a bigger stage for our biennial Talentland, Magicland and Annual Speech Day.


Enrichment Programmes


The enrichment programmes are designed with the aim of allowing every pupil to experience musical creativity. There is a broad range of musical genres which requires no musical expertise.

Pupils ‘play-to-learn’ percussive and string instruments in an ensemble during Percussion Programme, Guitar Programme, Pop Band Programme, Ukulele Programme and Recorder Programme.


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To expose pupils to the world of Hip-Hop and Jazz music, pupils dance to a variety of music. Pupils master the fundamentals of electronic music production by completing musical excerpts using Apple Garageband. 









Assembly Programmes


The school aims to provide all pupils with access to quality arts education programmes through the monthly assemblies. The school puts up 12 arts programmes of various performing arts to pupils from Primary 1 to Primary 6. The assembly programmes expose pupils to the performing arts e.g. drumming, pop voice, percussion ensemble. 


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Competitions


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Temasek Primary sent a team of 6 pupils for the East Zone Music Warrior Competition. The competition exposes pupils to a variety of music genres, music composition sessions and music quizzes. It provides opportunity for the primary 4 and 5 pupils to perform in a competitive situation. 

Biennial East Zone Music Competition is organized by the East Zone Committee of Music Teachers, supported by Centre of Excellence for Music (East). It aims to develop the performing skills of pianists, violinists and solo pop singers. It provides our pupils opportunities to perform before a panel of national judges and appreciated by the audience and supporters in the hall.

Previous winners:

2015:
Piano (Senior) Category - Renee Ng (3rd)

2017:
Piano (Senior) Category - Kion Chew (1st)
Violin Category - Joshua Lim (3rd)
Pop Voice Category - Melissa Hecker (1st)
Pop Voice Category - Shernice Ng (2nd)