NIS Charity Concert 2017

 

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Noblesse International School together with the special participation Lee Music Academy performed a Charity Concert at SM City Clark Activity Center on February 23, 2017.  The concert theme was “Our Hearts have beats for the Less Fortunate” and  was hosted by Ms. Devonne Degance.  The concert was  held for the purpose of raising funds and donations targeted to help with the educational needs of  Apung Guidang Nepomuceno Elementary School.  NIS Chamber Orchestra and the students of Lee Music Academy played a marvelous mix  of pop and classical music featuring the virtuosic performance of senior Jeffrey Lee.  
“We teach our children more than Science, Math, English and Social Studies. We teach them how to be Global Citizens, part of this is giving back to the community”,  stated  Headmaster Dwayne Lehman.

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The benefit concert, organized by a committee headed by Arvin Daquiz,  was a successful  and rewarding experience. It was also a  great opportunity not only to raise funds but also to increase  awareness of our less fortunates’ educational needs.

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