The Grade 10-12 Concert Band, directed by Dan Craven, performed at Kwalikum Secondary School’s annual Premier Performance Wednesday evening at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre. — Lauren Collins photo

VIDEO: Qualicum students showcase talents with annual show

KSS fine arts students host annual Premiere Performance

Kwalikum Secondary School fine arts students showcased their talents Wednesday evening (April 25) at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre for the annual Premiere Performance.

The event featured work from the visual arts department, the Grade 8, Grade 9 and Grade 10-12 concert bands, the Grade 8-12 Concert Choir and the drama department.

Donations from Premiere Performance benefit the school’s fine arts department students with funding to provide bursaries for students that will allow them to attend special workshops and clinics.

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