For the second year running, Jordanstown School Choir captivated the audience in Belfast City Hall. The choir in partnership with St. Patrick’s College, Antrim Road, were taking part in the final of the Flax Trust Inter-Community School Choirs Award (FISCA).
FISCA is a musical project aimed at reconciliation through the art of music, enabling children in Northern Ireland from all walks of life to integrate, converse, improve their confidence, self-esteem and work together towards an end shared goal.
Jordanstown School and St. Patrick’s choirs came together for musical and vocal workshops, learned new music and engaged in activities to promote inter-relations, confidence and team building.
The culmination of months learning and rehearsing was a performance on Thursday 3 December 2015 at the FISCA Christmas Gala event in Belfast City Hall.
Anne P Magee, Jordanstown School Principal said, “I can’t congratulate all the students from both Jordanstown School and St. Patricks College highly enough. The commitment, enthusiasm and hard work they’ve demonstrated make me immensely proud! I would also like to thank all of the teachers involved, without their commitment and effort we couldn’t have achieved these fabulous performances.”