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Club Bluenote Ready to Entertain: Five Fast Facts

Get ready for the annual musical spectacle of the school year – Club Bluenote is gearing up to take over the St. Michael’s College School (SMCS) in what promises to be an unforgettable celebration of music.

On Friday, March 1, the SMCS cafeteria will be transformed into the renowned Club Bluenote—an evening dedicated to celebrating the rich musical talent and creativity of our SMCS community.

SMCS Club Bluenote | Students performing on trombone

“St. Michael’s has always had a tradition of a strong jazz programme, but Club Bluenote not only celebrates the talent of our jazz ensembles, it also gives an opportunity for any SMCS student, whether they take music or not, to perform on stage in a professional setting complete with stage lights,” says Jamie Oatt, Head of the Music Department.

Experience a diverse range of musical performances, including solos, duets, and ensembles.

Featured that evening will be the SMCS Senior and Intermediate Jazz Ensembles, along with multiple acts of vocal solos, duets, small groups, acoustic guitar, and piano.

No ticket purchase is necessary; it’s pay what you can at the door.

SMCS Club Bluenote | Jazz band performing

Here are five highlights to look forward to at Club Bluenote:

  1. Catch a sneak peek performance from the stellar cast of the upcoming spring musical – NEWSIES!
  2. Brace yourself for new material from the faculty band – 85 Factor.
  3. Indulge in Chef Jimmy’s delicious fresh pasta bar along with a variety of refreshments.
  4. Every year, there is a young new musical talent who emerges under the lights of Club Bluenote
  5. Club Bluenote was started in 2006 by Music Department Head Jamie Oatt to showcase music and visual art to the SMCS community.

Related links:

SMCS Music

School Clubs and Activities

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