Music holds a very special place in the life of Santa Sabina College. We provide our students with opportunities and pathways for personal progress and excellence in performance, listening and composition.
Music is part of all of us and by engaging the entire school community through music every aspect of student learning and community is strengthened. Successful music making means creating an open door policy with professional partners, composers and other schools.
Students have the opportunity to perform in a variety of string, brass, woodwind, percussion and vocal ensembles, participating in events such as masses, liturgies, community and major College events, Celebration of Music concerts, fortnightly recitals and international concert tours every three years (e.g. Europe 2019).
At Santa Sabina collaborative music projects help develop the whole person within a first class learning environment with endless possibilities. Hallmarks of music at Santa Sabina include regular collaborations with exceptional professional partners, performing in major venues across Sydney such as the City Recital Hall, Sydney Town Hall and St Mary’s Cathedral and the integration of music in the classroom with massed performance events such as gala concerts and Speech Night. Santa Sabina is the home of the Sydney Youth Orchestras and a number of students are offered SYO scholarships each year.
Our professional partners
Music scholarships are available for exceptional musicians coming in to Year 7 and 10. Read more here
For any enquiries about the Music Department please contact Mr Timothy Chung – Artistic Director P–12 at email@example.com or Mr James Pensini – Head of Music Performance P–12 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch and listen
Thulele Mama Ya Virtual Choir with Lisa Young
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic caused schools to move to Remote Learning. Part of Santa Sabina College’s Remote Learning experience was the Santa Strong Co-Curricular Program. The Year 6-12 M.A.D. Monday (Music, Art and Drama) Whole School Singing Project was a series of eight whole school virtual singing sessions with Guest Artist, Lisa Young.
‘A Golden Thread’ Celebrating 125 Years Concert