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22 Music Drama and the Visual Arts play a central role in the educational and cultural life of The Peninsula School. The broad ranging Prep-Year 8 classroom music curriculum is complemented by comprehensive opt-in instrumental and vocal programs. Involvement in String and Band programs Choirs and Musical Theatre in the Junior School lays the foundation for advanced skill development in the Years 7-8 classroom instrumental and choral music program. At these levels music technology further enhances learning and prepares those who choose to study Music through the elective program in Years 9 and 10 and at VCE. The annual Middle and Senior School Musical performed for audiences of up to 800 each night at the Frankston Arts Centre is a calendar highlight providing more than 60 actors singers dancers musicians stage and lighting crew members with the opportunity to develop and showcase their skills. In contrast events hosted at the School allow students from all performance disciplines to entertain more intimate audiences. The professional quality of these productions assures our reputation for excellence in performing arts. Music workshops master classes rehearsals camps concerts showcases recitals and competition circuits help keep our orchestras bands choirs and composers on song. Celebrating creativity