SIGS Marching Band wins Gold

I had the opportunity to go behind the scenes to see how the SIGS Marching Band was preparing for their next challenge and shared their story in, The band plays on [NST Life & Times 12 July 2016].

Nur Emilia Huda Mohd Yunos [Right] holding their
Gold award, with band instructor, Harisman Hasrun
Fresh from the World Championship Marching Show Bands competition held in Putrajaya from August 3 to 6, drum majorette, Nur Emilia Huda Mohd Yunos, 17, gave me the update that even though they did not emerge as champions, they clinched the Gold award.

While they performed very well, the band realized that other performing bands were also very good. 

It was indeed a tough competition for Johor’s SIGS all-girls marching band, one of three schools that represented Malaysia in this international competition with up to 20 participating nations – and yet they achieved Gold!

The band deeply appreciates the opportunity to participate in such a world-class event as it was also good exposure for them to learn from others and make the necessary improvements.

Speaking on behalf of the band and the SIGS Band Club, Nur Emila would like to thank everyone who supported them in boosting their morale and in practical ways.

The SIGS Marching Band performing in at the recent competition held in Putrajaya
The band wishes to say a BIG Thank You to all of you who supported them in every way!
Now it’s back to work again, training and keeping abreast with the latest marching show band trends under the watchful eyes of band instructor, Harisman Nasrun.

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