Hilton College Music Inspiring And Educating Children In The Arts

Hilton College is a South Africa-based school that are doing brilliant things to educate and inspire their students to reach their full potential in the arts.

The College has multiple different sections for their arts education. In the video below their marimba band play “Drive” (as orig. performed by Black Coffee/Guetta). Videos of these talented students have been uploaded to the Hilton College’s official social media channels and have been taking the internet by storm!

The Hilton College provide a range of different arts educations such as learning to play musical instruments, playing in ensembles, singing in choirs, performing in plays, or discovering beauty in fine art, sculpture, and ceramics. Their gifted teachers do a brilliant job of teaching these youngsters how to make the most of their talents through creative expression.

On their website, they state, “Indeed, our philosophy behind the arts is to provide opportunities for all to appreciate, many to participate in and the very best to excel.” They also use social media really well to showcase the extraordinary talents they nurture to the world.

The College boasts a host of dedicated staff and great facilities which has seen them named the “Midlands Cultural Hub”. They have 25 years of hosting one of the premier cultural events in the South African calendar, the Hilton Arts Festival.

The festival runs for three days and three nights and attracts audiences from all over the country to watch the brilliant talents on display. This truly is a fantastic institution that is doing wonderful things to educate and provide children with the skills, facilities, and opportunities needed to reach their full potential in the music/arts industry.

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