Stu­dents sing house down

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

TALK about packed to the rafters.

About 250 peo­ple joined 200 Mun­dub­bera school stu­dents ready to sing the house down at the Mun­dub­bera State School Gala Con­cert.

“I feel good about singing and I am happy that the au­di­ence seemed to like my voice,” Ana Manu, 11, said.

“I felt ner­vous be­fore we went on stage, but I was okay when we got started.”

Mu­sic teacher Jane Au­gus­tine said the stu­dents had only been in re­hearsals since the holidays.

“Given the op­por­tu­nity our chil­dren will never let you down,” she said.

“They are only too keen to please.”

Act af­ter act de­lighted the au­di­ence and the qual­ity of tal­ent in Mun­dub­bera was only sur­passed by the en­thu­si­asm.

“The stage is full of colour when the chil­dren are up there, they all look so won­der­ful,” MC and school prin­ci­pal Peter Townsend said.

PHOTO: NOEL THOMP­SON

OPEN­ING THE SHOW: Ana Manu and Tayleigh Al­lan belt out a song that got ev­ery­one rockin'.

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