Nido celebrates the arts throughout every division, campus-wide, from April 24 - May 31. Arts in Action presents a month where Art, Drama, Music, and Dance take center stage.
Please check out the details on each event below—we hope you'll join us!
Thursday, April 24 - 6pm @ Arts Building
Nidopalooza is a music event that reunites singers, bands, classical and jazz musicians, all performing at the same time in three different venues. From chill acoustic songs to upbeat rock, this event is the chance to enjoy different music genres in a fun setting in the arts building.
Endgame IB Theater
Thursday, May 2 - 5:30pm & 7:00pm @ Black Box
IB Theater Year 1 students present Beckett's play. Endgame is Samuel Beckett's second published play. The plot is continuous, unbroken by separate scenes or acts. Four characters develop contradictory relationships in a post-nuclear environment.
Tuesday, May 14 - 4pm @ Theater
On Tuesday, May 14th the Grade 7 & 8 Drama students will present their final Drama Showcase in the Nido Theatre. They will be presenting a mix of scenes both comic and dramatic and also some monologues. This performance will include a range of genres from Diane Samuel's "Kinderstransport" to the comical "Miss Nelson is Missing".
Thursday, May 16 - 7pm @ Arts Foyer
Come and join in the fun and excitement at this year's Arts Showdown, where you can grab yourself a fine piece of art from the silent auction or beat your way across the foyer to nab your favorite art piece in the Smash 'n Grab raffle. There is something for everyone! Our talented Tri-M music students will assist us in setting the scene with their fabulous sounds.
Adults only. Tickets required.
EYS "Mini Concerti" Project
May 27 to 29 @ EYS Classrooms
"Mini Concerti" project, it is a series of short performances by middle school students for students in the EYS. Students will be sharing music with the youngest Nido students and introducing them to the beautiful world of sound or, in other words, to the international instrumental music language. I think everyone know how important is music education is at school. Active listening and playing any musical instrument has great benefits for a child’s brain. Albert Einstein played his violin all his life.