Last Friday and Saturday, over 70 instrumental music students participated in the TCC Music Camp. This camp was immersive workshop where most of the College’s ensembles had the opportunity to develop their ensembles pieces, sound, and get to know all the new instrumental music students that have joined this year. Thanks to everyone’s enthusiastic participation, the camp was a great success! Thank you to the instrumental music teachers Mrs Stephanie Coughlan, Dr Ayesha Hall, Miss Brandi Luck and Mr Kane Robinson for ensuring fun was had by all.


On Sunday 14 March, the first Chamber Concert of 2021 will be being held in St. Joseph’s Cathedral. This will be a wonderful afternoon of music presented by the string and piano students from The Cathedral College, St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, St Paul’s Catholic Primary School, and St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Wandal.


Rehearsals are well underway for this year’s College musical The Addams Family. Opening night is Friday 11 June so make sure you mark it in your calendars! Tickets will go on sale soon! A reminder to all ensembles cast members that rehearsals are back on this Saturday 6 March at 12pm.


Thank you again to the Music Ministry group for their beautiful music at the Year 12 Indigenous Mass last Friday. The Psalm was beautifully proclaimed by Year 12 student Madison Hilker. New members are always welcome, and I would like to invite anyone interested in singing or playing an instrument to email myself or Mrs Claire Stitt and come along on Tuesday at first break for rehearsal. The Elevate Youth Mass will be on this Saturday night and we would love to see some of you there.


The first Instrumental Music Evening will be held on Monday 22 March at 6pm. All TCC college ensembles will be showing off their talents for what promises to be a great night of music. Please RSVP to the evening by following the link below link.

Instrumental Music Evening RSVP


Staff members Stephanie Coughlan, Daniel Hair, Alice Galea, Maddison McDonald and Pauline Crow are all involved in the local production of Mama Mia. To book tickets for what will be a fantastic show, please click the link below.

Mammia Mia


The Rockhampton Little Theatre performed their line-up of four one-act plays at the Walter Reid Cultural Centre at a fantastic opening weekend last Friday and Saturday night. Make sure to not miss out on what is a fantastic night of entertainment this weekend (05/03 – 06/03). The plays promise to have all audience members laughing out loud! For more information, and to secure your tickets, please visit the link below.

One Act Play Festival


Topology, a performance company, has partnered with Rockhampton youth Orchestra and with support from the Rockhampton City Council and the Regional Arts Services Network, will be delivering a series of creative workshops in the towns of Rockhampton and Mount Morgan, plus a 4-day Creative Bootcamp in Rockhampton from 30 April – 3 May. The workshops will utilise the skills of the Topology staff, musicians and artworkers, and immerse students involved in the following areas:

  • Composition/song writing
  • Improvisation
  • Film score writing
  • Lyric setting
  • Performance/presentation
  • Multimedia/image projection/3D mapping
  • Dance/circus skills
  • Lighting/sound
  • Visual art/painting/drawing
  • Acting and performance
  • Costume/makeup
  • Photography
  • Film/animation

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please keep an eye on this cultural report.


Date Claimers:

6 March          Elevate Mass

20 March        TCC/Parish Mass

22 March        TCC Music Evening

1 April             Term 1 Finish

19 April           Term 2 Commence

Miss Celeste Hack (Cultural Coordinator/Instrumental Administration)