Congratulations to our student winners of the 2022 Young Artists Competition!
Incoming upper school junior, Justine Xu, has had an eventful year in music thus far. In spite of the global pandemic, Justine has attained various accomplishments in numerous musical competitions. After […]
Musicians from all around the world participated in the 2020-2021 Canadian International Music Competition held online last December. Participants were categorized based on age group and level – Artist, Young […]
St. John’s Tri-M Music Honor Society held a special virtual concert this year to spread the joy of music, at the same time, raise funds for a worthy cause. The […]
St. John’s School high school sophomore, Kasey Xu, won third place in her age group at the Chopin Plus Online International Piano Competition.
This year the St. John’s School Music Department participated in the 2020 Tumon Bay Music Festival. The music festival ran from February 27 to March 7 in various venues.
Returning from Christmas break in South Korea, 6th grade student, Grace Kang, brought back with her two distinguished musical souvenirs. Grace won first place in the elementary division at the Korea Academy National Convention – A Student Music Competition which was held on December 28, 2019 and the Seoul Music Scholarship Competition on December 21, 2019.
St. John’s School freshman, Justine Xu, attained musical success at the 2019 Golden Classical Music Awards — New York International Competition last August 2019. She garnered first prize in the strings category – intermediate division (13-15 age group). In November, she made her solo debut performance at the Winners’ Concert held at the Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall) in New York City.
The Dale Jenkins Gymnasium was filled with the holiday spirit on December 6 as students showcased their musical prowess at the annual Christmas Concerts.
Representing Guam in the 2019 Australian International Music Festival in Sydney, Australia, the Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra (TBYO) performed with and competed against more than 1400 participants from July 4th to 11th at different concert venues including the iconic Sydney Opera House, Chatswood Concourse, and Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour in Sydney.