The Inaugural PLC Sydney Tattoo

issue1416-tattoo-1issue1416-tattoo-2issue1416-tattoo-3PLC Sydney kicked off the inaugural Tattoo on Friday 19 August with a bang! We even had our own little version of Edinburgh Castle, care of the Art Department, on a night that featured many PLC Sydney bands with surprise performances from some never before seen ensembles.

The concert commenced at Drummond Field with guests enjoying delicious German themed food whilst being treated to a fabulous marching display from the Pipes and Drums, Wind Ensemble and a combination of the two. The band captured the audience's attention with wonderful performances embodying the military and bold spirit of the tattoo.

The second half of the concert took place in Thompson Hall where the Big Band performed several pieces in preparation for their trip to Germany, in the holidays, one of which was accompanied by Amber Atcheson (Year 9) performing a Rhythmic Gymnastics display. This was followed by some exciting performances from the Percussion Ensemble, the Drum Corp, Concert Band and Junior Concert Band. 

The PLC Sydney Tattoo is an exciting addition to the PLC Sydney event calendar and preparations have already begun for the 2017 Tattoo, which promises to be even bigger and better!

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