This unique ensemble sees members wearing their drums, marching in step, performing choreography movements and stick tricks all while playing complex rhythms from memory. The Drumline performs in the Brisbane City ANZAC Day March each year.
The Frettz Guitars ensemble is a contemporary guitar group using electric and semi-acoustic guitars comprising of 4 to 10 guitarists. The repertoire covers styles of music ranging from rock to blues and country.
This ensemble is comprised of 12 classical guitarists using nylon string guitars. The Amore Guitar ensemble plays traditional classical music and modern hits with a classical spin.
The Saxophone Ensemble was a new ensemble in 2015 and plays Alto, Tenor and Baritone saxophones.
The Woodwind Ensemble is in its third year at the College and in 2015 expanded to include a wider range of instruments. The students involved play flute, alto flute, clarinet and bass clarinet.
The Marching Band is for all percussion, brass and woodwind students. The Marching Band is frequently called on to perform at various College and community events, including Awards Night and Sunnybank RSL and Brisbane City ANZAC Day March.
The Concert band includes brass, wind and percussion instruments. The Concert Band is a supportive environment for young musicians to learn or further their ensemble skills and etiquette. Music is chosen from a wide range of styles and genres, including classical, jazz, contemporary pop and movie greats.
The ensemble performs a wide range of jazz repertoire, from swing through to Big Band.
This ensemble is open to any student who plays a string instrument; violin, viola, cello or double bass.