In chapel this week, our second and third graders performed their Christmas show for their peers and families in preparation for the real thing Thursday night.
From the desk of Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts: One of my all-time favorite Christmas traditions is watching A Charlie Brown Christmas, especially the scene where all of the kids are ice-skating on the frozen pond with the song Christmas Time is Here being sung in the background. Wow, I get the shivers just […]
On Monday night, the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade choir students presented a Fall Concert for their parents and other guests. Beginning the concert were the students finishing up their rotation in choir, as part of the fine arts rotation schedule for all 6th graders. The students narrated and sang a program highlighting folk songs […]
Congratulations to Denise Tan for her side-by-side performance with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra (ETSO) this past Saturday! Denise, along with members of the Symphonic ETYO (East Texas Youth Orchestra), joined the ETSO for their Saturday, November 11th Veteran’s Day concert in performances of Tschaikowsky’s 1812 Overture and Colonel Bogey’s March. Retired Brook Hill Orchestra […]
Kyla Carden and MiKayla Willis are our artists representing Brook Hill this year in the Congressional Art Competition. Every year our U.S. Representative, Louie Gohmert hosts the Congressional Art Competition for our area, TX-01 District. This year’s award ceremony will be held at the Turner Auditorium on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University […]
On November 9, the Brook Hill Upper School and Middle School Choirs performed their annual concert at Mistletoe and Magic in Tyler. This event is sponsored each year by the Tyler Junior League and benefits several charities and organizations in the Tyler area. The choirs sang a variety of Christmas carols and songs to entertain […]
Last weekend, our Fine Arts department hosted the 19th Annual Dinner Theatre. “I attended the Dinner Theater, and it was wonderful,” a Thursday night audience member said. “It was perfectly casted! This group of young actors will amaze you with this show. The food was delicious as always and very worth your money and time.”
The “Christmas Truce of 1914” is one of the most fascinating but untold stories associated with World War I. And it is coming to the Cowan Center in Tyler. The Fine Arts Department is organizing a group trip to see the World Premiere Tour of “All Is Calm – The Christmas Truce of 1914” by […]
The Smith County Fire Department winners of Division III (6th – 8th grade) are: 1st Place – Hannah Smith 2nd Place – Colton Carson 3rd Place- Madyson McEuen Hannah’s poster will move on the City-County Contest, and if it wins will move on to the regional contest. These students and their parents have been requested […]
This past Saturday, a volunteer ensemble from the Orchestra played at a charity event at the FUMC in Bullard. They performed from 12-1:30 p.m.. Bolun Zhang was a big hit as he did some solo piano and a duet with Denise Tan. Mr. Gardner played some Jazz tunes in between songs and the other string […]
There are two more opportunities to see our 19th Annual Dinner Theatre this weekend: Saturday at 6:15 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m. Tickets are still available here: https://bhsofa.yapsody.com/.
From the desk of Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts: How about a great “Who Done It” along with a fabulous meal, dessert AND some of your favorite actors telling the story??? That is exactly what we have in store for you. The 19th annual Fall Dinner Theatre opens on Thursday night, November 2 with […]