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71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival  

Choir Finals

  • Best Secondary School Junior Choir - Diocesan Girls' School
  • Best Secondary School Mixed Voice Choir - Diocesan Girls' School & Diocesan Boys' School

First

  • Church Music (Age 14 or under) - Singing in Chinese
  • String Orchestra - Senior
  • Brass Ensemble - Junior
  • Madrigal (Team A)
  • Concert Band - Intermediate
  • String Ensemble - Junior
  • Junior Choir (First Division) - Singing in Foreign Language
  • Senior Mixed Choir (First Division) - Singing in Foreign Language
  • Senior Choir (First Division) - Singing in Foreign Language

Second

  • Intermediate Choir (First Division) - Singing in Chinese
  • Brass Ensemble - Senior
  • String Ensemble - Senior
  • Tom Lee Music Prize for Piano Ensemble
  • Senior Choir (First Division) - Singing in Chinese
  • Junior Mixed Choir (First Division) - Singing in Chinese
  • Erhu Ensemble - Secondary School
  • Junior Mixed Choir (First Division) - Singing in Foreign Language

Third

  • Madrigal (Team B)
  • Senior Mixed Choir (First Division) - Singing in Chinese

Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day (1 March 2019)  

The school community gathered together on 1st March to see the culmination of the whole-school Greater Bay Area Research Project, organized to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening Up and to deepen students’ understanding of the Greater Bay Area Initiative.

On the Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day, students presented their findings over the past seven months in various groups. S1-S2 students showcased their hard work in the form of posters and videos in the Assembly Hall packed with colourful booths, while S3-S5 students reported their research findings through presentations to their peers.

Photo : Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day (1) Photo : Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day (2)

In the evening session, we were honoured to have Professor Li Lu and Mr. Chen Hao from the HKSAR Liaison Office of the Central People's Government, as well as Dr. Hui Wai Tin from The Education University of Hong Kong attend our GBA project presentations in the Auditorium. Students and teachers from our sister schools, Guangzhou Zhixin High School, Zhuhai Number One High School and Macau Kao Yip Middle School collaborated with our students to present on topics ranging from education and conservation of water resources to urbanization. To close the night, Professor Li addressed the community, congratulating our students on their in-depth perspectives and praising their pioneering spirit in this Greater Bay Area venture. He encouraged all to look forward to the continual development of the region.

Photo : Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day (3) Photo : Greater Bay Area Project Presentation Day (4)

DGS Welcomes Valentina Vezzali, Olympic Gold Medalist in Fencing (13 February 2019)   

Our School was honoured to have Valentina Vezzali, Italian foil fencer and winner of six gold medals at three consecutive Olympic Games, visit our school for a sharing and training session on the afternoon of 13 February. Ms. Vezzali shared her personal experiences in various international competitions, including her insights on the attitudes and strategies for effective training as an athlete.

After a brief Q&A session, our fencers donned their gear as they were treated to the rare opportunity of fencing with Ms. Venzzali, the three-time Olympic Fencing Champion, and learning from her as she imparted valuable advice and specific exercises to improve the way they fenced. We thank Ms. Venzzali for this very memorable sharing with our girls.

Photo : Valentina Vezzali (1) Photo : Valentina Vezzali (2)
Photo : Valentina Vezzali (3) Photo : Valentina Vezzali (4)

Chinese Literary Club Performance (1 February 2019)   

To usher in the Chinese New Year, the school community gathered in the Assembly Hall for the much-anticipated Chinese Literary Club performance. The Guzheng Ensemble and Chinese orchestra opened the programme with their festive music, before moving on to the inter-class singing competition.

After many weeks of rehearsals to perfect their choreography and vocal arrangements, the finalist classes gave it their all on stage. Decked out in reds and golds, the girls' renditions of traditional Chinese folk songs were given a modern twist, complete with creative drama and dance performances. The event culminated with an original drama set in ancient times, with guest performances by teachers bringing about much excitement and joy to all within the Assembly Hall, as we celebrate the Chinese New Year festivities.

Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (1) Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (2)
Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (3) Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (4)
Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (5) Photo : Chinese Literary Club Performance (6)

 

                        13.02.2019

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